Opened the suitcase….
It is about 16 November. A person was traveling from New York JFK (John F Kennedy International Airport) to Orlando, Florida. During this, like other passengers at the airport, his suitcase was checked in the luggage checking machine. But what is this, at the time of checking in the screening machine, a life size outline of a cat appeared in the suitcase among other items of clothing. It looked as if a live cat was desperate to get out of the suitcase. When the security officer saw this, he was surprised at first.
how come cat
TSA spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein told CNN that the officers who saw the image were shocked and appalled when they opened the suitcase. A live animal was sitting in the suitcase, this animal was none other than a cute cat. By the way, people are often caught with weapons, gold, drugs during checking at the airport. This is the first time a person has been caught with a cat at the airport. Officials said that when they opened the bag, the cat did not even try to escape. For them, getting a live animal in the bag is nothing less than a rare find.
Cat came out of suitcase in checking machine
According to the information, passengers traveling by Delta Airline were also troubled by the cat coming out of the suitcase. He told that it is not his cat. It can be of any other member of the household. According to the same information, the flight of the passenger was missed that day.
booked ticket without cat
After an image of a cat was found in an airport suitcase, airport security officials took the bag and asked it to go to the cabin for screening so that the animal could not run out if the bag was opened. At the same time, after the security check, the passenger was advised to travel again without the cat. He completed all the formalities of the airport during the first checking. It took him a whole lot of time to do this. He had missed his flight. He booked the plane ticket again the next day without the cat.
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