Heathrow CEO Claims Passengers Use This Vile TikTok Hack to Skip Lines

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By Lindsay Rogers If you’ve spent any amount of time in an airport this summer, you’ve likely experienced at least a portion of the chaos that’s become synonymous with flying as of late. It’s understandable that, at one point or another, you may have turned to the internet for guidance. And because there are no shortage of “travel hacks” in circulation these days, you may have even stumbled across a valuable tip. What I know to be unequivocally true, however, is this: for every good and moral travel hack, there are 10 bad and immoral ones to match. For example, flight attendant-turned-TikToker…

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