To Be Lugged; Having luggage lost/stolen at a bus stop, dock, train station, or airport.
I was lugged by British Airways last month.
From vb. "lug," to be forcibly removed against one's will. To be removed or ejected unfairly or without due process. Used in correctional setting when inmates are removed from their cells to solitary confinement or to another prison after fighting or after being suspected of a disciplinary infraction.
Jose cracked Charlie's grill in a card game and got lugged behind the wall.
getting drunk; derived from the language Jag
"Let's get lugged and go drive around!"
TO BE PLACED UNDER ARREST BY THE LAW (POLICE) USUALLY WITH SOME FORCE BEING APPLIED BY THE COPS
THE TWO CAR THIEVES WERE LUGGED IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING A HIGH SPEED CHASE BY THE POLICE.