Some security incidents are just fishier than others.
Alert passengers at a Swedish rail station reported a suspicious package to authorities. A sealed package was just sitting there on a bench in the crowded station. We can only assume that the station was evacuated out of an abundance of caution. When brave police offers opened the package, they discovered that it contained several pounds of cod.
This blog has been saying for years that fish should not be in civilian hands.
Airplane flights can be such a hassle sometimes. You’re taking off your shoes, your belt, emptying your bag and that’s just if you’re going through the easy route. If you’re not an exhibitionist, then be prepared to be subject to a happy glance.
And by glance, I mean, junk grab.
But that’s just in the terminal! Imagine having to go through annoyances once you’re on the plane-like, maybe, perhaps, a suspicious bag? That’s never enjoyable. Of course, there is a bit of satisfaction if the contents of a suspicious bag contain a bagel and cream cheese rather than things that sound like a song from Saliva. Though, some cream cheese can kill you if you eat too much of it …
Someone get me a train ticket.
Autobot/bitchin’ Camaro Bumblebee, or B-Bee as he’s known to friends on the L.A. night scene, crashed into a police SUV while on set in Washington D.C. for Transformers 3.
The victim was DC Police Bomb Squad vehicle reporting to the site of a suspicious package. While crossing through an intersection, the intoxicated or even high on nitrous B-Bee T-boned the valiant cruiser before it could save innocent lives.
We haven’t bothered to follow-up on the terrorism story or whatever, but B-Bee’s nose was smashed in and may require surgery/rehab.