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15 2010

Just because I can.

Just because I am fully aware that as a traveller, we (possibly) lose all right to privacy (within a reasonable limit, of course) where our personal belongings are concerned, and are quite liable to have our baggages opened and checked post check-in without our knowledge.

And because I hate having people rummage through my stuff because (by my standards) absolutely no one is as neat as I can be. Plus, laziness usually prevails and these people just might leave my stuff in an absolute mess.

Friendly message to security officers
Friendly message to security officials.

Just in case you are experiencing trouble reading the text in the image:


If you (anyone else except me) are reading this, you are possibly inspecting my bag for security.

One request – please put my things back where they belong when you’re done with your inspection because I am really anal about tidiness.


Dearest security officials at Changi Airport, Hong Kong International Airport and Vancouver International Airport – please be nice to my belongings. Kthxbai.

I’ll be flying off in less than eight hours. Until then!

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  • 15 May 2010
    5:30 AM


    Have a nice trip:-) The information sheet is a good idea, could be useful for my mother because her luggage was opened and detected thrice…

  • 17 May 2010
    12:16 PM


    Hmm. If I tried that with the American TSA, I think I’d be permanently flagged for enhanced screening. Not part of their job description to take orders from a lowly passenger. OTOH, if that note was in Japanese and you were flying through NRT, they’d probably be neat anyway…

    • 17 May 2010
      12:20 PM


      Mental note to pick up Japanese as a third language. :P Only that I am transiting through Hong Kong, not Japan.

  • 18 May 2010
    4:40 PM


    *ROFL KEELS OVER* That is so fantastic and I must do that next time I fly! Maybe when you get your luggage back they’ll have left you a note in return :)

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