It was truly a chaotic scene at the airport where thousands were evacuated. Little information was made available and the pitiful lone megaphone was helpful to perhaps 25 of the thousands of stranded passengers.
The airlines and airport were woefully understaffed and unprepared to handle this situation. To make matters far worse, if there was air conditioning, it wasn't evident on a sweltering day.
The breach occurred when a family was inadvertently allowed through a checkpoint by a security officer when they had not yet been fully cleared.
Mr. Inadvertent is looking for a job.
Meanwhile, that bag I checked? On July 28 a similar event happened in the Munich airport. Nine days later 20,000 (not a typo) bags have yet to be reunited with their owners.
I'll be shopping in the morning.