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El Al Catches ‘Luggage Handlers’ Who Stole Passengers’ Valuables

El Al video cameras have caught seven baggage handlers at JFK airport who stole passengers’ valuables, including cash, watches, computers and jewelry.

The ariline became suspicious when a number of passengers complained about missing items. El Al placed a video camera in April to monitor the thieves and discovered they did more than just handle luggage. The film caught them stuffing their clothes with thousands of dollars of goods, some of which were later found in their homes by investigators.

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6 Responses to “El Al Catches ‘Luggage Handlers’ Who Stole Passengers’ Valuables”

  1. Linda Dudley says:

    Yeaaaah!

  2. Yechiel Baum says:

    am surprised El Al who claims to be security minded had no security watching the luggage and handling every aspect of the loading of the planes from New York. Hence, we should rethink our concept of El Al offering security, no guards or surveillance equipment and fly other airlines offering lower airfares. Imagine if they stole from Netanyahu's luggage. How funny would that be.

  3. Yechiel Baum says:

    am surprised El Al who claims to be security minded had no security watching the luggage and handling every aspect of the loading of the planes from New York. Hence, we should rethink our concept of El Al offering security, no guards or surveillance equipment and fly other airlines offering lower airfares. Imagine if they stole from Netanyahu's luggage. How funny would that be.

  4. Yechiel Baum says:

    am surprised El Al who claims to be security minded had no security watching the luggage and handling every aspect of the loading of the planes from New York. Hence, we should rethink our concept of El Al offering security, no guards or surveillance equipment and fly other airlines offering lower airfares. Imagine if they stole from Netanyahu's luggage. How funny would that be.

  5. Violet Helms says:

    Now, keep them black listed from ever working in the Air Line Industry ever again.

  6. Shirley Gruenhut says:

    Scumbag maggots.

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