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Woman on holiday in Mallorca forced to fork out £700 on new clothes, cosmetics and car after suitcase wasn't put on plane

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A woman was forced to fork out £700 on her credit card after her suitcase went missing. Jill O’Callaghan, 54, flew to Palma, Mallorca, from Manchester on Tuesday (May 10) and arrived - but her suitcase wasn't brought on the plane.

Despite numerous calls and emails to airline TUI, who said her luggage would arrive on the next flight over, her luggage has still not arrived as of Saturday (May 14).

Left with just the clothes she wore on the plane for a few days, Jill has since spent £700 on buying essential clothes, cosmetics and car hire to last her until the end of her holiday.

She has been left in a state of angst and worry, not just for the suitcase, but due to the fact her late mother’s compact mirror was amongst her belongings.

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