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  1. #1
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    Going on a trip,have to leave your luggage with someone to board it?

    http://files.ww.com/files/56210.html


    Ah man!!




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    That is photoshopped. So fake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude View Post
    Going on a trip,have to leave your luggage with someone to board it?

    http://files.ww.com/files/56210.html


    Ah man!!




    Well, if you leave it under the plane the TSA Will cut your lock off. If you keep it with yourself, it's your responsibility to watch your luggage.

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    Im wondering.....

    It looks like there is a top zipper also (That doesnt move (@ least on the one in the vid here)),if they had locked it TO THAT ONE,this guy couldnt do that i dont think...... (Not un-noticable anyway)





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    Seems pretty true. Zippers are NOT secure. lol

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    Whoever in this thread said that was photoshopped has NO idea what they are talking about. I just tried it on my suitcase and it works!!! Holy smokes

    You can open ANY zipper like that.

    That is insane... it was so incredibly easy to do and I have great quality expensive suitcase. I am very glad I saw that video.. I won't be leaving anything valuable in my suitcase in any hotel room or anywhere else for that matter even if it's locked. That was a great video, thanks for sharing.

    I can't stand when people claim something is this or that when they don't have the slightest clue. TRY IT.
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    I feel like James Bond now... going to pull bad prank on somebody knowing this knowledge.
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    *yawn* This is old school... Its more of a pain with metal zippers, but it is still doable.

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    Considering the TSA can open any lock it does not worry me too much. I worry more about people like that guy who over a few years stole a few hundred pieces of luggage. I forget what airport. Also bad news for your luggage if you dont have a tsa approved lock, heh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    Whoever in this thread said that was photoshopped has NO idea what they are talking about. I just tried it on my suitcase and it works!!! Holy smokes

    You can open ANY zipper like that.

    That is insane... it was so incredibly easy to do and I have great quality expensive suitcase. I am very glad I saw that video.. I won't be leaving anything valuable in my suitcase in any hotel room or anywhere else for that matter even if it's locked. That was a great video, thanks for sharing.

    I can't stand when people claim something is this or that when they don't have the slightest clue. TRY IT.
    It was a joke, relax... Plus I doubt you can really photoshop an entire video :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandyT View Post
    It was a joke, relax... Plus I doubt you can really photoshop an entire video :p
    Lol are you sure you were joking? jk

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