The man, known only as Aaron, tweeted a picture of the case and identified he had flown with Jetstar, a regional airline in Australia and New Zealand.
“Utterly disgusted to find my luggage front and centre on the luggage carousel looking like this,” he messaged along with the photo. “I think it happened at Perth airport. It’s the luggage sticker tags for the flight …”
Jetstar has apologized on Twitter and asked for more details: “I’m very sorry to see that,” wrote a spokesperson. “So we can investigate this internally, please direct message us your booking reference.”
Aaron, a stay-at-home dad is justifiably angry but says he’d rather have staffers receive “broad consciousness raising” rather than anyone get fired.
How about some extra frequent-flier miles?