Man Goes Through Passengers’ Luggage and Steals Clothing at Miami International Airport

by Anthony Losanno
Miami Man

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A man was filmed opening unattended luggage and stealing clothing at Miami International Airport (MIA). In the video, the man is seen rifling through unclaimed baggage and trying on clothing that he finds inside without the slightest care as to who the items belong to or of being arrested.

The video posted to Instagram by user @aflyguytravels, shows the man casually pulling items out of suitcases and throwing them on the ground. He opens a toiletry bag, finds nothing of interest inside, and tosses it. He then squeezes himself into a pair of pants that are too small for him. No one attempts to stop the man (employee or passenger) and he continues opening luggage.

Anthony’s Take: As if I needed another reason not to check luggage. It’s hard to say if this man is homeless, has mental health issues, or is just a brazen thief. Regardless, it’s a shame that people think they can freely steal without consequences. If those were my bags, I can’t say I’d be calm. Miami never fails to disappoint.

(Featured Image Credit: @aflyguytravels via Instagram.)

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Jeff W. January 2, 2024 - 9:56 pm

I think that guy just accepted a job at the Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy.

Tricia January 4, 2024 - 10:24 am

Is there a list of airports in the US that have their baggage claim behind security, like you encounter in Japan?


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