Changi Airport Drama: $3,000 Luggage Vanishes, Angry Staff Threaten Police Intervention

Missing Luggage Saga: Valuables Worth $3,000 Gone, Disgruntled Passenger Clashes with Airport Staff
Missing Luggage Saga: Valuables Worth $3,000 Gone, Disgruntled Passenger Clashes with Airport Staff - Image via Shin Min Daily
  1. Man lost luggage costing $3,000 when returning from Jakarta holiday.
  2. Couldn’t find the luggage at Changi Airport baggage claim.
  3. Airport staff at lost property counter unhelpful and rude.

Hey there, friends, have I got a story to share with you!

You see Shin Min Daily got this article about a guy who lose his luggage, and inside the luggage got like $3,000 worth of stuffs.

Can you imagine the pain?

Now let’s dive right in!

The Drama Unfolds

So, this dude named Xiao Minghua, he and his family been to Jakarta for holiday.

Then take AirAsia flight QZ264 back to Singapore.

But surprise surprise, no luggage.

Man waited at the baggage claim line, feeling like something wrong already.

Inside the medium-sized black luggage got a few perfumes and souvenirs from overseas, weight about 9 kg, all together near $3,000.

Wah really heart pain, like drinking bubble tea with the pearls stuck.

Where’s My Luggage?

So Xiao Minghua went to Changi Airport lost property counter and ask, but the staff there not very friendly.

Worse still, they angry and threaten to call police if Xiao Minghua raise his voice.

What’s their problem?

But Xiao Minghua also say maybe he a bit kan cheong because he worry.

Airport staff tell him to submit a lost property report and they will reply in about 7 days.

But 7 days gone and still nothing.

Pick up phone, send email also no information on the luggage.

Now stuck like a cow climbing a tree, dunno what to do.

A Bit of Help, Can?

Changi Airport spokesperson say should contact AirAsia to check if luggage even boarded the plane.

As for the staff attitude problem, they need more information before they can investigate further.

Next time better have a clearer log of what happened.

Don’t Lose Your Luggage

So, the lesson to be learnt here:

  • Don’t leave all your expensive stuff in one luggage.
  • Always keep a close eye on your belongings.
  • And please, chill with the airport staff.

All in all, no one wants to lose their things.

Just imagine losing your phone at the mamak stall, that kind of feeling.

Now, do you guys have any siao-siao experience like this to share with us?

Throw it down in the comments below, we want to hear your stories!

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