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The life of luggage

The life of luggage

What happens to your luggage after it passes the rubber flaps and enters the bowels of the airport? Delta Airlines finds out and kits out a case with six cameras.

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Guest: Pilot Joe (2391 days ago)
What a waste of time that was, it didn't even show the area wher the thieving baggage handlers rummage throught the case looking for valuables.
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What a waste of time that was, it didn't even show the area wher the thieving baggage handlers rummage throught the case looking for valuables.
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Guest: placid flamingo (2390 days ago)
Latest comment: the cameras in the case were a bit obvious, so the baggage handlers...or 'Throwers' as they are known, can see them.....try doing it covertly and see what the difference is..!
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Latest comment: the cameras in the case were a bit obvious, so the baggage handlers...or 'Throwers' as they are known, can see them.....try doing it covertly and see what the difference is..!
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