CHANGI AIRPORT

MAN SWOPPED TAG OF HUNDREDS OF LUGGAGE, FOR NO REASON

He was believed to have started his acts of mischief on November 8 last year, when he swopped the baggage tag of a Penang-bound piece of luggage with another bag. The baggage tag had a serial number indicating that the Penang-bound bag was supposed to be transported on a Singapore Airlines flight. It was not made known Tay's motive for carrying out the acts.

Tay is believed to have subsequently swopped around baggage tags almost every day for three months until this February. These bags were heading to places such as Hong Kong, Manila, London and Perth. Besides Singapore Airlines, they were also supposed to be transported on carriers such as Silkair and Lufthansa.

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AUSSIE MAN WHO ASSAULTED COP AT AIRPORT HAVE JAIL TERM EXTENDED

In the incident, Darragh, who was highly intoxicated, had six policemen to finally arrest him. After he was released on police bail, Darragh continued drinking and offending. On April 21, he caused annoyance to the public when drunk near Clarke Quay. And on April 26, he was found drunk at Orchard Towers and taken to hospital because of an injured leg. There, he verbally abused a police officer who was escorting him. On May 1, he was drunk yet again, causing annoyance to the public near Clarke Quay.

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CHANGI AIRPORT INSTALL VIDEO SYSTEM TO HELP FIND PARKED CARS

Touted as the first of its kind in such a large-scale parking facility, the system uses video analytics to give drivers a foolproof way to find their car if they cannot locate it. This will come as a relief to Airport staff, as it will now be easier for them to help hapless motorists find their parked cars. It is reported that every week, about six drivers approach a Changi carpark staff member for help to find their cars.

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