Singapore airport worker ‘swapped hundreds of luggage tags’ (SkyNews)

Singapore airport worker ‘swapped hundreds of luggage tags’ (SkyNews)

A baggage handler has been accused of sending passengers’ bags to the wrong destinations by swapping luggage tags.

Tay Boon Keh has been charged with 286 counts of causing mischief for allegedly swapping tags at Singapore Changi Airport every day for almost four months.

 The 63-year-old intends to plead guilty, the Straits Times newspaper reported. He has not explained the motive for his alleged actions.

He is believed to have swapped passengers’ luggage tags almost every day between November and February, affecting passengers bound for cities including London, San Francisco, Frankfurt, Perth and Manila. Read more

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