Thu, Feb 06, 2003
Somebody Has Found It
the person who has misplaced about ten kilograms of cocaine, you
should call the American Airlines maintenance center in Tulsa (OK),
to claim your cargo.
It seems that, on Tuesday, as the plane in question (you know
which one it was) was getting the once-over, packages of coke were
found, crammed into small spaces behind insulation, in the cargo
hold. American says it realizes that you must have simply misplaced
the packages, and is holding them for you.
Just to make sure it's your coke and not someone else's,
American offers these details: the plane was based at JFK, and has
traveled to South America and Jamaica. If it's yours, you'll have
to give some more details to pick it up. You may also
make contact to claim your cocaine through the "Contact Us"
button at the website below.
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