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The man’s wallet makes a solo transatlantic trip to the US after losing it on the plane

Cian Hogan lost his wallet on an Aer Lingus flight from New York City to Dublin before using a tracker to watch it fly back across the Atlantic without him

Cian Hogan was able to track his missing wallet as it flew across the Atlantic
Cian Hogan was able to track his missing wallet as it flew across the Atlantic

A man’s wallet has made it to the US solo after he accidentally left it on a plane.

Cian Hogan misplaced his wallet on a home flight from New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport to Dublin and observed the return journey across the Atlantic via a tag connected to his phone.

He said it was near seat 3A on Aer Lingus flight El104 – and urged social media users who happened to be on the plane to check it out, he reports DublinLive.

However, one person tweeted to leave it and see what “different adventures it gets into.”

Cian had said in a post just before 6pm on Saturday: “I lost my wallet on Aer Lingus flight EI104 arriving from JFK. The wallet is now flying back west towards the USA!

“In case someone is on board, it’s located near seat 3A in front of the aircraft on the left-hand side.”

Speaking to local press, he went on to explain: “There is a tag on my wallet that is linked to my phone. I left it on the plane and couldn’t get back on because the doors were closed.

“It took off around 5pm and I’ve been following it on my phone all evening, flying back to JFK airport in the US. It’s gone dark for me at the moment, I think it’s somewhere over the Atlantic.

Cian saw the funny side and said, “It’s no big deal if I don’t get it back, there’s no money in it.”







Cian had flown to Dublin Airport from JFK International in New York
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Cian turned to the power of social media to try and get his wallet back, and some other social media users saw the funny side of the wallet making its long transatlantic journey.

One person said, “Can we please leave your wallet where it is and see what different adventures it gets into?”

A second person said: “I’ll be in 4a on this flight in a couple of weeks. Will look around.”

A third person said, “Is that why it’s called an Airtag?”

A fourth person wrote: “Would be great if they restored this for you.”

Cian then tweeted an update around 1:45am Sunday, saying: “Wallet update. I heard it was found. Thank you Twitter and Aer Lingus cabin crew.”

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