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A woman from New Hampshire in the United States opened her luggage after arriving home from a two-week-long trip to Europe, but she has witnessed a shocking incident after seeing what was actually inside.

Hoping to find gifts worth thousands of dollars she had purchased for herself and others during her tour time, Gina Sheldon’s original baggage wasn’t really hers. The items inside the bag had actually been replaced with things that didn’t belong to her, which she had never seen before.

Meanwhile, Gina said, “I opened the third bag which I had packed with all the gifts and things I bought for myself and others as well, and it was shockingly replaced with dog food along with an old T-shirt and a shaving cream bottle.”

After spending 11 days in Italy, Sheldon spent her few days in Paris on his way back to home in the United States. She believes that the bag got exchanged at Charles Deguar Airport in France, at the baggage area.

Sheldon further added that, “the bag includes a leather jacket that I had purchased for my 16-year-old. I had also brought adorable leather wristlet band purses that I had bought to gift my various family members and friends.”

Sheldon said, “the items in her luggage that have now gone missing amounted over the US $3,000 (approximately $4,144), and she’s in shock after watching the things that were replaced with it.”

“The reason could be that when luggage passed through the scan, and it continued its journey, it might have looked like real luggage product.”

Although Sheldon travelled by Air France, she booked her flight via Delta Airlines.

Meanwhile, while apologizing for this incident, Delta Airlines said, “We apologize for this customer’s experience in Air France Flight 334. We have already connected with our partners at Air France and the passenger to find a resolution.”

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Woman gets shock after her luggage bag replaced with dog food instead of US $3000 worth gifts