Kim Kardashian Claims Airline Removed Items From Her Luggage

May 29, 2012 By:
Kim Kardashian Claims Airline Removed Items From Her Luggage

Is a TSA agent busy at work posting items from Kim Kardashian’s luggage on ebay as we speak?

Kim, back in L.A. after her trip to London and then France with Kanye West, unleashed a three part Twitter rant on an airline that she alleges stole some of her belongings:

"Very disappointed in British Airways for opening my luggage & taking some special items of mine! Some things are sentimental and not replaceable"

"What happened to the days when you could lock your bags! We need to get back to that. There's no sense of security & no trust!"

"Shame on you"

In response to Kim's tweets, British Airways tells Hollyscoop, "We are looking into the matter."

Forget any airline safety concerns surrounding possible terrorist attacks on our nation, this woman can’t re-buy those earrings.

Seriously though, we agree that it sucks having your privacy invaded with multiple pairs of soiled latex gloves violating your personal belongings. And the depths that people will sink to to get their hands on any piece of a celebrity never ceases to amaze and disgust.

But, on the other hand, if people didn’t care about Kardashian's dirty laundry, Kim would be just another anonymous first class passenger enjoying extra leg room and actual food during flight. So maybe she owes this person/persons an apology followed by a thank you for continuing to care and thereby fuel her baffling “career.”

The good news is that judging from her follow up tweets, Kim has recovered quickly. She takes time to plug the therapeutic benefits of watching her own show on TV, express love for Minnie Mouse, disgust for spiders, fascination for the possible discovery of mermaid remains and reminds us again, to watch her show.

And in case you can’t figure out how to track down the ever-elusive Kardashian family on cable, Kim offers up separate tweets announcing the start of both the East and West coast broadcast. Thanks Kim.