Hidden Camera Shows How Strangers Can Get Close To Unaccompanied Minors on Planes

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Airlines charge parents an extra $300 to keep their children safe when they’re flying alone, but just how protected are they? A 13-year-old girl who flew from Dallas to Portland by herself over the summer says she was sexually assaulted by a stranger sitting beside her. With as many as 400,000 children flying alone on any given weekend, Inside Edition conducted a demonstration to see how easy it can be for someone to approach an unaccompanied minor. #InsideEdition

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  1. I have a Positive Possible Solution for this Safety Issues regarding unaccompanied children traveling on Airlines, Transportation Buses, etc.

    Children should be supervised by a parent or a trained Professional of the Airline to be with children during the entire trip, because of all the craziness going on with child predators

    I Suggest a possible alternative solution to this issues regarding Child Travel Safety.

    There could Be a introduction and implementation Program integration for Training of Safety Travel Concierge Staff Professional
    There duties would Be to accompany the child from the beginning of drop off by a the Parent or confirmed Guardian.

    From that point the child would Be accompanied by the trained Safety Professional from beginning to the end of the trip.

    The Trained Safety Travel Advocate would Be provided to wear a body cam, to provide confirmation of the Safe Travel and Accompaniment from the pick up and drop off of the traveling child.

    The child could Be seated alone in one seat and the Traveling Safety Staff Professional could Be seated opposite row to the left or right directly across from the child.

    This Travel Safety Staff Professional would maintain direct view of child, while also providing social distance space, by sitting across from the child.

    After the flight was completed the child would Be accompanied by the Airline Safety Staff Professional directly from the flight to the pick up destination point location, and the child would Be transfer to the waiting accompanying Parent or verified guardian.

    The receiving parent or pick up guardian would have to provide all necessary information, documentation, verifiable identification.

    A picture or body camera footage could Be used to confirm pick up and drop off of the child.

    This is a Safety Suggestion for the Airlines to Consider intergrating and the Implementing into their Safety Protocol.

    Author Advocate, Activist for Humanity,
    Jason Sandifer,

  2. Umm.. That should be illegal to allow a minor or ages 21 and below to fly by themselves. Come on parents wtf?! It don't matter how mature the child is parents should know better. Common sense is foreign in this damn country.

  3. when I was around 8, I was sent alone on a plane.
    there was a couple- 60 ish years old
    the man was in the middle seat
    and the woman was in the aisle seat
    and nothing essentially bad happened,
    but i remember feeling so uncomfortable as he talked for me the whole hour, and took pictures of me and put them onto facebook.
    i remember him telling me he was going to give my mother his phone number so we could stay in contact, and i remember practically running to my mother, and then shooeing my mother away from the gate so that she wouldn’t see him and decide a friendship was a good idea.

    i also remember the woman looking uncomfortable. she should’ve nudged him to leave me alone.
    window seats for a child alone seems stupid
    they should be able to run away from strangers!

  4. I road on a greyhound bus with my mom at 10 years old. I sat in the seat behind her. At some point a man sat next to me slipped his hands under my blanket and molested me *fing**ed me. I was frozen quiet. I can't explain why I didn't say anything. My mom woke up the next morning to him resting his head on my shoulder. She cursed him out. She didn't know what he did that night. Still doesn't because she also yelled at me for allowing him to lay on my shoulder.

  5. When I was 9 I went to England with my family. Our flight got screwed up and we all got separated throughout the plane. 4 kids 2 were 9 one 11 and one 12. I sat in between elderly English couple. I was drinking coffee at that age hahaha so I ordered coffee…they had s great laugh because my father was in the back of the plane telling the stewardess after 3 I've had enough and to not serve me anymore haha the old man offered to get the lamb dinner and let me try it because I've never had lamb before. And at the end of the flight I got their bags down from over top and they gave me 2 pounds to spend on candy. I'll never forget that flight. Or those people.

  6. Who even decides to let a stranger supervise your child. My babies safety will alwayssssss be more important than that job you gotta get back to or that person you’d rather not see.

  7. It's not mother's worst nightmare it's mother's worst mistake.. That's really not smart to let kids fly by their own no matter what.. You must expect something similar to happen to your child.. I'm sorry but letting children fly alon is a STUPID idea 😒

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