Beijing Airport Butt Bomber Causes Lockdown

Next time you go through security at Beijing International Airport, think twice before venting your anger at security, however funny you think you are. The South China Morning Post are reporting that one frustrated passenger's flippant comment to security caused Beijing Airport to go into lockdown. 

When asked to take off his shoes off by security, the irate passenger responded "do I need to drop my pants as well? I have a bomb in my ass." Security officials, not well-known for their sense of humor, asked him to repeat what he had just said. After the passenger repeated his bomb-in-ass line, airport security closed the checkpoint, moved passengers to other areas of the airport and arrested the joker.

According to the report, the man told police afterwards that he thought security checks were a waste of time and had not considrered the kind of reaction his comment would get.  

 

 

 


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