Travelers & # 039; Fury by fake power outlet STICKERS at US airports UU

A seat next to a power outlet is a precious object in an airport. And pranksters in the United States have been using this fact to their advantage, placing, of all things, fake outlet tabs next to them.

A seat next to a power outlet is a precious object in an airport.

And the pranksters in the United States have been using this fact to their advantage, putting, after all, fake electrical outlet labels.

MailOnline reported on a viral video made last year at the Miami International Airport that shows a traveler trying to connect his phone to a sticker on a pillar. And the stickers keep showing up, which causes eruptions of fury on Twitter.

A seat next to a power outlet is a precious object in an airport. And pranksters in the United States have been using this fact to their advantage, placing, of all things, fake outlet tabs next to them.

A seat next to a power outlet is a precious object in an airport. And pranksters in the United States have been using this fact to their advantage, placing, of all things, fake outlet tabs next to them.

The stickers look exactly as electrical outlets and have been found not only in walls and pillars, but even in garbage containers.

Although it is clear that the brightest sparks at the airport terminals are not going to be absorbed by the latter.

One of those who were victims of the joke recently was Brandon Ewing, who posted a photo of the outlet tag that cheated on Twitter.

He wrote: "Whoever put this false label on an open socket at the airport, you are now my enemy for life."

Kyle Kerouac had a similar experience at the St. Louis Lambert International Airport while waiting for a flight to Las Vegas.

Next to his photo of the offensive sticker was this legend: "Why? It looks so real! Why put a sticker on an outlet on the wall of the terminal?" So unchained.

The user of Twitter & # 39; K & # 39; He also saw one of the false labels and was also outraged.

Brandon Ewing posted this plug-in on Twitter showing an outlet sticker he saw at a US airport. UU

Brandon Ewing posted this plug-in on Twitter showing an outlet sticker he saw at a US airport. UU

Brandon Ewing posted this plug-in on Twitter showing an outlet sticker he saw at a US airport. UU

A snapshot taken by Kyle Kerouac at the St. Louis Lambert International Airport. He wrote on Twitter: & # 39; Why? It looks so real!

A snapshot taken by Kyle Kerouac at the St. Louis Lambert International Airport. He wrote on Twitter: & # 39; Why? It looks so real!

A snapshot taken by Kyle Kerouac at the St. Louis Lambert International Airport. He wrote on Twitter: & # 39; Why? It looks so real!

She said: I sat here to be able to charge my phone, but this output is a shit sticker. I'm very crazy. & # 39;

Meanwhile, the "tired data concierge" posted a photo that showed a clearly marked sticker after people thought it was real and tried to connect his phone.

He wrote: "Seen in LAX: one of those exit stickers with the wrath of the people applies to them."

The stickers can be purchased for a few dollars at sites like Amazon.

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