Don’t Ride the Luggage Carousel
I’ve written before about the importance of staying away from the baggage carousel as you wait for your bags to show up. Well, there are signs everywhere, and it usually goes without saying, but you definitely shouldn’t ride the carousel, either—because it might just get you arrested. The son of Rod Stewart was just arrested for doing just this, and he’s not the only recent example, as a member of the band Puddle of Mudd was also recently taken in for the same thing.
A potential arrest isn’t even the biggest risk, as it’s also dangerous to ride the carousel. In fact, back in 2013, a baby was killed on a baggage carousel in Spain. So however tempted you might be to hop on for a ride, don’t do it. It’s not worth the trouble.
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