I’m all for being creative when it comes to making your life simpler. But there’s a fine line between crafty and tacky. Today, we have an example of the latter.
Deadline (a UK online publication, not the US-based entertainment industry news site) details how a traveler named Wolf Jenkins used a wheelchair to help him get special treatment at a Turkish airport. Apparently, he didn’t leave himself enough time to check-in, clear security, etc. His little scam reportedly saved him two hours.
And, of course, Jenkins recorded his hijinks for all the internet to witness.
Going barefoot in an airport is a pretty risky proposition. Especially when we all know karma is a B.
A few other travel-related headlines caught my attention today:
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