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British Airways have lost my ski clobber - help please

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And I would add, not having to walk past policemen carrying machine guns.


There was me thinking that there where armed police at the ports and at St. Pancreas for the Eurostar. I have seen armed police on ordinary railway stations in large cities in the UK outside London and Northern Ireland. Finally if you happen to bump into a policeman in resort or elsewhere on the continent they are likely armed too.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@jabuzzard, at the very least it should allow it to get to the right home. They know where the bag is and where it should be, it should only take a phone call to sort.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
It has appeared! Only 10 days since I flew to Innsbruck, but only 10 hours before I go home.

I can't believe it, I told them on Monday, when they were certain they had not received confirmation that the bag was in Venice (I didn't fly there), to send the bag back to my home address. They agreed to do so.

It's now with me in Selva, smeared in some sort of detritus.

I don't think I'll ever fly with these clowns again.

https://twitter.com/tashy_mc/status/1217555840435138560?s=19

https://twitter.com/tashy_mc/status/1217557212018749442?s=19

Any retweets much appreciated. Between the skis, bag and new stuff I bought, I've got some heavy lifting to do tomorrow.

Thanks for all the advice on the thread so far, I've had a great time in Selva, excellent piste and weather. snowHead snowHead NehNeh
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@sean1967, glad you have your stuff back... now what’s the betting you get an excess bag charge getting your new stuff AND your now found bags on your return flight?
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
NickyJ wrote:
@sean1967, glad you have your stuff back... now what’s the betting you get an excess bag charge getting your new stuff AND your now found bags on your return flight?


I'll now need to schlep all this clobber and skis to my return flight.

It's unbelievable.

I'm not too greatly fussed though, only me and the GF and we're still quite young. I'd hate to experience this as an older horse or as part of a family with young kids.
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