Keep this in mind the next time you're complaining over an airline losing your toiletry kit:
Angeline O'Grady has sued US Airways for misplacing a rather important checked item when she was flying from Philadelphia to England in November 2011: her husband's ashes.
O'Grady - whose husband Brian passed away from cancer - says the Transportation Security Administration barred her from taking his ashes through security.
She therefore placed them in her luggage, only to have the ashes go missing when she landed overseas. A US Airways spokesman has apologized, but said an internal investigation did not turn up any evidence that the airline is responsible for this snafu.
We very much feel for Angeline, but at least her trip was semen-free.
In May, a woman sued United for allowing a passenger to masturbate alongside her during a cross-country flight.