Man, I still remember exactly wanting to do that as a child. I think I even managed to drive the conveyor about a meter long before being torn away by a lively parent. However, this adventurous toddler actually managed to get it off: he got on the baggage conveyor belt and was taken to the TSA luggage storage room at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta. He was rescued by fast-response airport workers who immediately recognized the little nut as no-baggage.
Everything was captured with security cameras and a clip created that is 100% used by this kid when he's in high school to pick up beauties of whatever sex he may be. Here is it:
The child born in 201
The toddler climbed onto the baggage conveyor as his mother printed her boarding pass against a clock kiosk, which flitted to an unmanned ticket counter in front of the luggage belt.
As the owner and operator of a child, I have no feeling that this was a case of careless parenting. Infants around 3, 4 or 5 have an almost supernatural ability to simply disappear and lock places, even if your attention is focused on something else for a tiny amount of time.
It looks like he was trying to climb out before he descended the deep, dark tunnel into the airport's secret catacombs, but a large suitcase prevented his escape.
I hope little Kook recovers from his injuries, and I hope he really appreciates that all of this was captured on video, because when he grows up, he will hopefully love that.