5 Unloading Luggage In the Airport of Saint Petersburg

Unloading Luggage In the Airport of Saint Petersburg

Posted on November 4, 2013 by team


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Just an ordinary day in the airport of Pulkovo, Saint-Petersburg. Luggage being unloaded. Here’s why you’d better not check in any luggage containing photo devices, laptops etc. How does it happen in your city? Is it a global problem?

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5 Responses to “Unloading Luggage In the Airport of Saint Petersburg”

  1. Tutan Camon says:

    Nice job!!!!Supercalifragilistic,automatic turbo!!!!!

  2. Dan says:

    Definitely a global problem. Worst offender – Air France. It’s because baggage handlers are usually contract employees. they don’t work for the airline. they work for a company that contracts them out to service several airlines; so they don’t care.
    Most of them are marijuana smoking scum anyway!

  3. Fulminato says:

    True. They always break my luggage. I will travel with market bags instead of suitcases.

  4. bjorn skis says:

    workers don’t give a shit about their jobs and show no respect for the belongings of those that pay their wage.

  5. Gelsomino says:

    In the Soviet days, the joke was “We pretend to work and they pretend to pay us.” Apparently, some things never change.

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