“Drugs Or Bombs May Be Planted Without You Knowing”, Traveller From Bali Warns Others After His Luggage Got Broken Into
Published on Friday, 02 Mar 2018 12:07
A Singaporean Airlines newcomer was barbarous when he found that his luggage had been tampered with between a time he checked in his luggage during Ngurah Rai Interntional Airport in Bali and his attainment during Changi Airport in Singapore.
Upset about a situation, Japan-born Katei Chang common on Facebook on Monday, Feb 26, how he found that a close was “ripped off” and his luggage “broken into” after he retrieved his luggage from a belt.
He also posted a print of his shop-worn luggage, where he pronounced that we “can tell by a design that it was damaged into with a lot of force.”
Luckily for a veteran violinist, zero was stolen though he did find that some equipment such as his CDs and song sheets were opened.
He combined that there were 3 other passengers from a same moody had their luggage tampered with though were hapless to have their equipment stolen as well.
“The genuine frightful suspicion isn’t your effects being stolen, it’s a drugs/bombs that might be planted in your luggage but we knowing.
“I flew 78 flights final year and never came opposite anything outrageous like this,” he wrote in his post, that has been common 4,500 times during a time of writing.
Since his post went viral, Chang pronounced that a executive of Ngurah Rai International Airport and a operator, Angkasa Pura Airports has reached out to him to examine a occurrence and are reviewing their CCTV footage while a full news has been finished by Singapore Airlines’ “Baggage Assistance Service” in Changi Airport.
As incidents like this can occur to anyone, Chang suggested travellers to always check their luggage when they collect it from a belt.
“Check if your wheels are damaged and check if your thatch have been damaged into, and news it to management right away,” he advised.