2 Year Old Takes Ride Through Baggage Carousels in Atlanta’s Airport

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Boy Takes a Ride on Baggage Carousel at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport

But this stuff…. Like yesterday, when I shared video of a woman on a plane cracking a laptop over her boyfriend’s head, I can’t resist.

Boy Climbs onto Baggage Carousel at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport; Gets Taken for a Ride to the Back…

The 2 year-old boy apparently walked onto the baggage carousel at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport (ATL)  in what I’m sure the mother felt was a literal blink of an eye.

The boy takes a 5 minute ride across various baggage carousel areas, deep into the inner workings of luggage transport.

Workers noticed him after approximately 5 minutes, took him off, and was able to reunite him with his mother.

The boy did suffer some minor injuries to his arm and was taken to the hospital. But at least he’s going to be OK.

His mom will probably never relax at the airport ever again….

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