If you've ever taken a plane then you know that you absolutely need a boarding pass to be allowed through security and onto the aircraft.
Upon boarding a flight, most of us tend to discard the pass into the trash, leave it on the plane, in a cab or hotel room.
Well, ladies and gentlemen, you should stop doing that!
A report from USA Today has recently surfaced with shocking information on how your boarding pass can tell a lot more about you then you would expect.
The flimsy piece of paper shows more than just your flight time, gate and seat number, if it falls into the wrong hands, it can be used to breach your personal security and you wouldn't even know it.
So how does a simple boarding pass hold so many details about your personal life?