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ARLINGTON, VA - DECEMBER 28: Two US Airways employees (names withheld) speak to each other as they sort lost luggage in front of the US Airways baggage service office at Ronald Reagan Airport December 28, 2004 in Arlington, Virginia. Passengers were separated from thousands of pieces of luggage this past Christmas holiday weekend because of winter storms, canceled flights and large numbers of employees calling in sick. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Almost 31 million Americans are flying somewhere for Thanksgiving this week.  It’s going to be hell.  So we all just found our patron saint.

There was a guy flying in Pakistan on Thursday morning, but his flight was delayed by bad weather.  And it made him SO angry that . . . he set his luggage on fire, right there in the middle of the airport.

And the airport security apparently sympathized with his frustration SO much that they put out the fire . . . and decided not to have him arrested.

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A Man Was so Angry His Flight Was Cancelled He Set His Own Luggage on Fire

An angry passenger in Pakistan set his own luggage on fire after his flight was cancelled due to bad weather.