Here's Why You Should Be More Careful About Where You Throw Away Your Boarding Pass
Traveling during the holidays can be a recipe for disaster, but for many of us, it's unavoidable. If you're one of the millions of holiday flyers, it pays to know how to stay safe during your trip. That doesn't just mean ordinary crime, but digital as well. Rushing through the airport, onto the plane and into the cab or rental car at your destination can leave you with precious little time to really keep track of all your belongings. One small item you might not have given much thought is your boarding pass. When the flight's over, you're done with it, right? Many people leave them on planes or in the trash at the airport. It doesn't have much information on it that seems important, beyond your name, gate and maybe seat number. Nothing to worry about, right? Well, this video from the I-Team over at WBZ Boston might make you think twice about leaving this little slip of paper lying around.