Chris Jericho: Food Smuggler

Welcome to another edition of

OFF-TRACK with A-TRAIN

where I report on airport etiquette

in this edition

CHRIS JERICHO: FOOD SMUGGLER


We've all been there.

We're at the airport, waiting for a morning flight, we've been through the security line, had our groins fondled by TSA, put our shoes back on, and now we're in Concourse D or wherever, and we're hungry, with 45 minutes to kill before our flight boards. So we stop and get our McGriddle or our Cinnabun or our Starbucks Banana Nut Muffin or whatever and we need to find a spot to sit and eat.

And because we're total high rollers with 3 million sky miles, we go over to the VIP Lounge, we show our card and expect to stroll right in.

But wait, not so fast, we're told, by the concierge. Outside food isn't allowed in the lounge, and if we insist on bringing it in, we're going to be asked to leave.

What a conundrum. What do you do? What do you do?

Well, Chris Jericho knows. First, you put the concierge on the list.

Then you smuggle your food into the lounge and eat it behind the concierge's back.

Then you put the whole thing on Instagram.

Chris Jericho: Food Smuggler.

Also:

Chris Jericho: HERO.

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