A bag handler at Singapore Changi Airport supposedly swapped many things labels, sending luggage to the wrong destination.
Tay Boon Keh has been charged with 286 checks of misconduct.He swapped labels beginning on 8 November consistently for three months, the court heard.
By the time he was discovered, he faces a year in prison or a fine for each of the charges.Singapore’s Changi Airport said that it was a segregated instance of mischief and there was no genuine break of aeronautics security.
Mr Tay’s rebel tag-swapping supposedly started when he exchanged the tag of a pack headed for Penang, Malaysia, with another sack.
Throughout the following three months baggage went to urban communities including Hong Kong, Manila and London were sent to different goals.
Travelers flying Singapore Airlines, SilkAir and Lufthansa were influenced.