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Qantas luggage "all tied up" in Melbourne
A rock-climbing rope jammed up some of the Qantas baggage equipment at the Melbourne, Australia airport last night, and as many as 400 pieces of luggage are lying around, waiting to be reunited with their passengers. Of course, the Sydney Morning Herald reports, passengers are welcome to "search through the piles" if they are eager to get their bags sooner.
Meanwhile, Qantas has copped to "bag issues" but nothing more so far. The Sydney Morning herald writes that the airline "could not confirm the number of bags that still needed to be returned to passengers."
Unsurprisingly, Qantas has offered an apology, something to which the airline has become accustomed recently. The article continues:
"Due to an item from a customer bag jamming the baggage system in Melbourne yesterday, the system was down for a period of time," he said.
"As we did everything to move backlog bags, the system experienced another problem and we are in the process of clearing the backlog as soon as possible."
[photo by Skazama via Flickr]