Peru: Baggage handlers caught on video stealing from luggage after LAN flight.
Baggage handlers have been caught red-handed unzipping suitcases and helping themselves from luggage they were transferring. A passenger who was waiting to get on a flight recorded the two thieves out of a window in the terminal building. The incident happened at Pucallpa Airport in the east Peruvian department of Ucayali. The airline LAN, a South American company based in Chile, say the men had been identified and were working for the companies Liderman and Talma, who provide services for the airport. The company said: 'The men are being detained and we will be pressing charges so that the authorities may take appropriate action.'
Source: Daily Mail.
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