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Airport staff members share spicy details from their job - Page 41 of 100 - Kiwi Report

Airport staff members share spicy details from their job


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[post_page_title]Your missing stuff’s going on eBay[/post_page_title]
No one likes losing things at the airport. It becomes a real hassle and can completely ruin an already miserable experience. Thankfully, most missing items usually end up back with their rightful owners. Unfortunately, however, that is not always the case.

Your missing stuff’s going on eBay

In fact, sometimes things like clothes and electronics may never be returned. Because airport staff knows this, they may raid the lost0and-found for things that’ve been sitting there a while and take them over to eBay. Yes, the employees may sell your stuff.

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