CHICAGO – Earlier today, a woman was seen leaving your United Airlines employee parking lot headed West with Algonquin Road in your ex car, making a quick escape through the airline's Executive Offices.
Security cameras later revealed she pulled in the lot undetected and snuck via a door that hadn't recently been securely shut alongside one of several long corridors of a building.
Footage inside also exhibited she entered the employee logo gift shop and about a quarter-hour later, exited with your bag of United Flight companies collectibles and memorabilia.
Megan Smith, the shop clerk working right at that moment, later revealed in interviews that this woman seemed enthusiastic and excited being shopping for items brand with United's logo.
Milliseconds. Smith went on to talk about, "she was beside herself mentioning how much her son would definitely love the things she was essential. "
The mysterious partner paid with cash, so you don't have way to track her identity. If you have any information regarding this particular incident, please contact Darren Booth at Darren@frequentlyflying. com.
Who was the headline and page, or so I'd always think, back in this early- to mid-1980s with suburban Chicago. The story holds true, actually, and I know exactly who did it.
It is my Mom, and I will almost allways be grateful for having this unconditionally loving mother that she'd risk trespass charges for getting her United-loving son a product unique for his birthday.
[And yes, my astute long-time customers, this is a try of my Mother's Day post from two years ago, but hey… it's my own blog and prerogative ]
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