WHEN Meaghan McCord landed in New York after a moody on Delta Air Lines, her container was nowhere to be found.
So when a bag finally arrived during a trinket designer’s home in Atlanta 23 days later, she was relieved.
However, small did she know what would be watchful for her inside it …
McCord claims that not usually was her trinket missing, though there were equipment inside that didn’t go to her.
Including – wait for it – a garland of unwashed lingerie.
“I’m like that’s not mine, that is not mine. None of this is cave … Oh, and what’s in this bag? Oh, it’s someone’s unwashed panties,” McCord told WSB-TV.
“I’d never wear those shoes. Are we serious?” pronounced McCord, display a WSB contributor a items. “I swear, they traded my things with a prostitute’s stuff.”
McCord pronounced it seemed someone had left by her clothes.
“When we take off parsimonious jeans, they spin inside out, so it was like somebody had left by and sifted by what they wanted and put all behind that didn’t fit them.”
She claims Delta Air Lines told her a lorry transporting her luggage had been stolen, though there was no record of this during a New York Police Department.
A Delta Air Lines orator told WSB: “In serve to a allotment check, we have also offering a patron a transport document for a miscommunication. We are contemptible for this customer’s knowledge and demeanour brazen to a event to offer her again.”
news.com.au has contacted Delta Air Lines for serve comment.