A passenger assistant working in a busy European airport believed he may have transported an unaccompanied minor through customs and delivered her into the hands of sex traffickers. He reported his suspicions to the authorities and expected someone else to handle it. When nothing was done and he was faced with another unaccompanied minor in similar circumstances, he felt compelled to take matters into his own hands.
He was just an average, middle-aged service worker with no experience in law enforcement, security or a related field to draw from. Yet he became an activist, operating outside the law to try and prevent traffickers from flying their victims globally; upmarketing child sex slaves from third world to first world countries.