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An angry baggage handler has been charged with “mischief” when he took out his frustrations with the company in the luggage of an unsuspecting passenger.
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Tay Boon Keh, 66, was convicted and sentenced to 20 days in jail Monday after he confessed to intentionally change 286 luggage tags on the baggage at Singapore Changi Airport and send them to various destinations between Feb. 8, 2016, and Feb. 6, 2017, Channel News Asia reports. He has been charged with 20 counts of mischief.
Bean, Keh, he was working as a baggage handler at the airport, through a third party, the contractor shall, Lian Cheng Contracting.
He carried out the scheme, the change of the luggage tags on checked bags, while the out-of-sight of the surveillance cameras, it has been reported.
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During the work, a Boon Keh’s duties included the handling of checked-in baggage, and to make sacks and bags well the X-ray machine for security screening before being loaded onto the aircraft. However, by the end of September. In 2016, he was assigned to the X-ray machine, which is bound to break down, forcing him to have to manually transfer the luggage to another device, according to the news outlet.
Upon receipt by the company and are unhappy with the physical carrying of the bags, and Bean, Keh, reportedly grew frustrated and started changing the bags on the luggage tags, to get back to the business.
He carried out the scheme, while the out-of-sight of the surveillance cameras, it has been reported.
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Singapore Airlines and SilkAir received 286 complaints from passengers claim their bags, the tags had been tampered with, and their luggage has been sent somewhere other than their intended use.
The airlines were forced to compensate for the 221 passengers for a total of more than $30,820.
Bean, Keh-known with the changing of the tags, saying he wanted to inconvenience his employer because he was angry about the lack of staff.
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His lawyer asked for a conditional discharge, subject to the condition that he not re-offend within a year. They are also referred to as the former handler of alleged depression, which is what they are saying is that they asked for his own actions.
District court judge Jasvender Kaur quashing the proceedings, from which it appears that the Bean-Keh, “this is a significant measure of control over his own actions,” and the name of the criminal acts are “not trivial.”