Airport employee had a normal work day until he decided to open a suitcase without permission
One of the nightmares of every traveler is that someone could open their suitcases without permission and that their things disappear in the limbo of the system of any airport.
This fear became a reality for a passenger of the airline Ryanair in Spain.
One of the passengers on a flight from the city of Ibiza to Madrid caught the moment when one of the baggage handlers checked the luggage of other passengers until he found a speaker that he quickly put in his pocket.
Upon boarding the plane, Kiko stayed next to one of the windows, from where it could have a clear sight on how the employees of the Ibiza airport carried the luggage to the ship.
That was how he became a witness to a crime that a baggage handler was committing blatantly on the track.
Kiko then picked up his phone and began recording the man while he was checking inside each suitcase. In one of them, the man found a red speaker valued at 140 euros and he simply put it in his pocket and continued his work, as reported by Peru 21.
Kiko was very surprised and decided to show the video to one of the air stewards, who immediately contacted the Civil Guard and even got off the plane to resolve the matter.
According to El Diario de Ibiza, the owner of the suit identified the thief and thanked Kiko for his noble initiative. The man was later fired and both the airline and the airport apologized to the passenger and the affected woman.
On another airport, an Army officer caught a man dressed in a fake uniform and went on to tell the phony man that he was breaking the law by pretending to be an Army officer of high rank. Although the officer was visibly upset, he managed to remain calm, but his wife had the right words for the man.
No one knows the motive but as soon as the offended officer approached the impostor to ask him for his military ID, the man admitted he wasn’t really part of the Army, although he tried to excuse himself by saying that he never said he was a real Marine.