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Video of the baggage handler throwing bags sparks debate

Viral video of a Hawaiian Airlines baggage handler throwing the bags down a metal shoot sparks a debate on Twitter.

At Honolulu Airport luggage handler recently caught throwing luggage with seemingly abandoned on a Hawaiian Airlines flight, has led to a fierce debate on Twitter.

Traveler Vanessa Marsh saw a woman Honolulu Airport staffer throwing hefty bags down a metal gutter, on a plane on the way to Phoenix, and placed on a 30-second video clip of the scene to the social network on 9 May.

The mystery of my broken suitcases is resolved – this is the ground crew in Honolulu with the loading of a @HawaiianAir flight to Phoenix. 🤦♀️🤦♀️🤦♀️ pic.twitter.com/rPwVobqXZO

— Vanessa Marsh (@vanessaleemarsh) 9 May 2018

“The mystery of all my broken bags is solved — this is the ground crew in Honolulu with the loading of a @HawaiianAir flight to Phoenix,” Marsh wrote of the clip, which has since been viewed over 42,000 times and driven 550 notes, with mixed opinions on her post.

“The mystery of all my broken suitcases is resolved,” witness Vanessa Marsh wrote.

(Vanessa Marsh)

JETSTAR PASSENGER ESCORTED OFF THE FLIGHT FOR THE VIOLENT ERUPTION, WHICH MAKES CHILDREN CRY

and we paid $25 for each of those bags just to be thrown???

— OahuShoots (@gilbertsphotos) May 13, 2018

Now that is worrying…..

— F. Hensley (@fredhensley) 25 May 2018

“And we paid $25 for each of those pockets just to be thrown like that???” a detractor said of the eyes, which another critic agreed was “troubling.”

The Honolulu Airport scene, has led to a discussion on the social media.

(Vanessa Marsh )

Others, meanwhile, were more forgiving.

Yall really surprised about…. EVERY airline does this, not only Hawaiian air. Try working down there under the terms and conditions and you will see the lol this is not even bad compared to what I’ve seen

— Chacha 🖤 (@Chachaxomarie) May 11, 2018

“Y’all really surprised about…. EVERY airline does this, not only Hawaiian air. Try working down there under the terms and conditions and you will see the lol this is not even bad compared to what I’ve seen,” a commenter clapped their hands.

yes, I am a disaster agent itself. it is never someone in the intentions of damage to a bag. they could have made more, regardless of how little time there as possible. who knows that they will likely not have an opening big enough in that track to throw bags down, just like other airports do.

— MĘĘÑz (@meenzafemata) May 12, 2018

“Yes, I am a disaster agent itself. It is never someone in the intentions of damage to a bag. They could have made more, regardless of how little time there as possible. Who knows that they will likely not have an opening big enough in that track to throw bags down, just as other airports do,” another agreed.

For their part, Hawaiian Airlines is quick to make and loss account.

Social media commentators both bashed and supported the airport employee actions.

(Vanessa Marsh)

PLANE MAKES EMERGENCY LANDING ON HIGHWAY AFTER EXPERIENCING MECHANICAL PROBLEMS’.

Aloha Vanessa, what a pity to see this and appreciate you bringing it to our attention. The way in which these bags are processed, is not acceptable and our Airport Operations Management team is addressing this situation. Thank you.

— Hawaiian Airlines (@HawaiianAir) May 10, 2018

“Aloha Vanessa, what a pity to see this and appreciate you bringing it to our attention,” the carrier tweeted from their official account. “The way these bags are processed, is not acceptable and our Airport Operations Management team is addressing this situation. Thank you.”

Although none of the cases appeared to suffer outside in the Swamp of the images, their contents remain unknown.

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Neither Hawaiian Airlines nor the Honolulu International Airport immediately return Fox News’ request for additional comment on the story.

Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak

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