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CBS Sports host Katie Mox’s clothes stolen on Delta flight

A CBS Sports host shared her “insane” experience opening her checked luggage after a Delta flight and realizing “that someone had gone through my checked bag and has stolen all of my undergarments.”
“WTF?!” Katie Mox, the host of CBS Sports’ “Pick Six” podcast, added in an X post on Thursday.
The TV personality also laid out the case of her stolen intimates on Instagram to her nearly 10,000 followers.
“This is gonna sound insane. I just got to my hotel room, I was unpacking my bag [and] I noticed that it had been opened because I have this compartment that I know I zipped closed, and it was open,” Mox said.
“Normally, if TSA looks in your bag they’ll have that little piece of paper in there that says that somebody looked through,” she added, referencing what’s called a “Notice of Baggage Inspection” that Transportation Security Administration agents use during routine checks when travelers aren’t present during a luggage inspection.
“Everything seems to be fine, and then I go to where my underwear and bras are and those are f–king missing. Somebody came into my bag and stole my undergarments!” Mox said, clearly shocked by the ordeal.
4 Katie Mox, who works as a CBS Sports contributor, shared to her social media that after taking a Delta flight on Thursday that she noticed her undergarments were stolen from her checked luggage. katiemoxbets/Instagram
An hour later, a defeated Mox shared an update: “Alright ya’ll, I filed a complaint with Delta. We’ll see what they’ll do,” she said.
“It’s just crazy that my jewelry and my shoes are fine, but my underwear is not,” Mox said.
On Friday morning, Mox’s final post on the incident showed her strolling with a shopping bag in hand with the caption: “Secured the Walmart bag,” presumably meaning that she picked up new undergarments.
The Post has sought comment from Mox, Delta and TSA.
4 “Everything seems to be fine, and then I go to where my underwear and bras are and those are f–king missing. Somebody came into my bag and stole my undergarments!” Mox said in an Instagram story. katiemoxbets/Instagram
4 Mox updated her followers that she had filed a claim with Delta, and shared on Friday morning that she had “secured the Walmart bag,” presumably meaning that she picked up new undergarments. katiemoxbets/Instagram
Users on social media flocked to Mox’s aid, with many surmising who the thief could have been. “Wonder if it’s Delta or airport staff. Just weird!” one user wrote.
Another called whoever swindled Mox’s undergarments a “sicko” while a third said it’s instances like this that show why you should “always carry on, never check a bag.”
It’s relatively uncommon for travelers to have their items stolen out of their zipped-up, checked bags.
4 TSA agents typically place a “Notice of Baggage Inspection” in travelers’ checked luggage as they aren’t present during the probe. This leaflet was not left in Mox’s bag even though she insists it was opened. Alamy Stock Photo
It’s much more common for items in carry-on bags to be misplaced: According to TSA estimates, as many as 100,000 items are left behind at airport security checkpoints each month.
However, many passengers are no stranger to having their entire bag lost or stolen.
Airlines lose more than 2 million bags a year, according to data from the US Bureau of Transportation Statistics

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