“The ramblings and grumblings of author Ad Hudler”

Case of the Missing Suitcase: Chapter 2
Wednesday, April 28, 2010

In my post a few days ago I talked about how my wife's suitcase full of suits and shoes was stolen from the loading dock of our condo highrise, where I'd mistakenly left it overnight. Well, we found out, thanks to security cameras, that I DID get it upstairs after all, and I'd left it in the cargo-elevator lobby on our floor, which is where people leave their large items to be taken down and discarded of ...

Yep. You guessed it. Some maintenance worker named Manny thought all those clothes and financial documents were trash, and he threw them all away and decided to take the suitcase home for himself ... even though my wife's business card (with phone numbers) was in the ID tag.

We got the suitcase back. But, alas, the goods are lost ... for good.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This remeinds me of the NPR segment yesterday about Doormen, and how they ensure your parcels made it within your residence. which your edifice of urban habitat seems to lack.
Just another difference with "city" living I guess.

April 29, 2010 at 5:59 AM  

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