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Stansted Airport luggage belt shreds teen's suitcase , destroying 800 worth of belongingsRight before Amelia Grace boarded a Ryanair flight for a week long holiday, an airline employee pulled her aside to break the news 14:01, 3 JUL 2017A luggage belt at Stansted Airport destroyed a teenager's suitcase, leaving her clothes ripped and covered in black oil.
(Image: The Sunday Mirror) Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A teenager about to board a flight at Stansted Airport for a Greek Island holiday found out she would not be enjoying her new holiday clothes or any of the other worth of belongings in her suitcase. Airport staff told Amelia Grace Beard, 18, that a luggage belt destroyed her suitcase, leaving her clothes ripped and covered in black oil. The teenager, who was left with just the clothes on her back and swimwear in her hand luggage, had been about to hop on a Ryanair flight to Rhodes last Tuesday. She had been looking forward to celebrating her boyfriend's birthday on the all inclusive holiday worth when she got the frustrating news. Stansted makes list of UK airports with highest chances of delay Miss Beard told The Sunday Mirror: "I left my luggage with them at check in and they have wrecked it," she said. "My suitcase looked as if it had been set on fire and shredded. "It had been caught in the conveyor belt. All my new holiday clothes were torn to shreds and covered in black oil. I had over of stuff in there. I broke down in tears. The other half of my clothes were missing along with toiletries, my make up and charger." Amelia Grace, who was left with just the clothes on her back and swimwear in her hand luggage, had been about to hop on a Ryanair flight to Rhodes last Tuesday. Miss Beard, of Watford, said she was disappointed with how the airline dealt with the holiday ruining situation. She said: "I was the last passenger left to board. I asked what I was supposed to do for a week as I don't have enough money to cover seven louis vuitton neverfull straps days' worth of new clothes and toiletries and have no way to keep in contact with home without a charger. "All they said was 'fill in a form online'. The way they dealt with it was appalling." Amelia Grace louis vuitton neverfull initials turned to Twitter to see if Ryanair and Stansted would help her continue with her holiday as planned and replace her clothes. Stansted louis vuitton alma gm indian rose announces plans for 9 million more passengers She said: "The response was to buy my own essentials and they 'may' consider a claim." The teenager said her mother was trying louis vuitton briefcase ioffer to send her money so she could buy a dress to wear at her four star Aegean Breeze resort.
She : "I am having trouble with the hotel as they have a dress code and I have nothing to wear that isn't damaged apart from what I arrived in and flip flops. This has ruined my holiday." Amelia Grace Beard, 18, and her boyfriend Kyle Rodney, 20, were headed to an all inclusive holiday at a resort on the Greek island of Rhodes.
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