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Posted: 18 Dec 2009 | 7:11 am
Thai Airways Executive Chairman Wallop Bhukkanasut is under fire to resign after a probe into his alleged personal baggage of 40 suitcases weighing nearly 400 kilos on a recent flight to Bangkok from Japan.
For many travelers its hard enough to locate their suitcase on the baggage carousals, especially in the case of those anonymous black bags, so you can image the Chairman trying to sort out his suitcases, much less find a cart that could accommodate all of them.
Reports have said the suitcases were alleged to carry 'fruit'. All we have to say to that is, it's a case of strange fruit indeed.
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