Have you ever wondered where your checked luggage goes after it's placed on the conveyor belt at the airport? An Atlanta toddler can tell you after he went for a ride.
Edith Vega says she briefly took her eyes off her two-year-old son Lorenzo so she could print her boarding pass and that's when the curious boy climbed up on the belt and went for a ride with the luggage through Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta.
Lorenzo fell through a luggage chute and ended up in a baggage room where he was spotted by stunned TSA workers who stopped the belt and carried him off. Unfortunately he suffered a broken hand in the ordeal.
Poor kid! He looked terrified.