Friday, June 30, 2006

Unattended Baggage

...may be taken away and destroyed.

Lets look at this in more detail

"May" be taken away. Not "will", but "may"


Thats not very specific is it?

Who decides how its destroyed?

What are the options ?

Airport jobs can be highly unionized - is there a demarcation issue between the person who decides "how" it is destroyed, and the one who does the "destroying" ?

How do you apply for the job of Baggage Destroyer?

If you walk into the interview with a nice new briefcase, is it "bye bye, thanks for coming" before you can sit down ?

Are there headhunters, or agencies - like those who spot top models, who spend their time lurking on railway platforms for people with really knackered bags ?

Is it like some MI5 agency - if you take back your Samsonite Lifetime Guaranteed suitcase after less than 3 months, you get a call one evening "hello sir, I represent an executive agency of the UK Government, and would be interested to know if you would ever consider a job in Airport Security?"

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