The TSA came through big time — and delivered a bride’s wedding dress that was left behind at a security checkpoint.
Plus, read about an Emirates flight attendant who spent two months in jail — and the story may just be starting.
Those are some of the day’s travel stories I thought you, too, may find interesting.
TSA Says “I Do” to Helping Bride
A bride’s mother accidentally (we hope, at least) left behind a rather important item at a TSA checkpoint: her daughter’s wedding dress.
Illana Keller at the Asbury Park Press says, “Loletta Nathan-Gordon, an administrative assistant for the Transportation Security Administration at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey ‘put myself in the bride’s shoes. I could only imagine how stressful that would have been for me if my mom would have left the dress behind. I would have freaked out.'”
Ms. Nathan-Gordon received a lost-and-found report from the bride’s brother — and within six minutes tracked down the missing bag. The dress was shipped overnight and arrived the next morning.
Well done there, TSA.
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