“Do I need to drop my pants as well? I have a bomb in my ass.”
Those were the words of one man walking through a security checkpoint at Terminal 3 inside the Beijing Capital International Airport this week.
He didn’t actually have a bomb, but rather, he was in a rush and was frustrated about the slow-moving line and the fact that he was being asked to remove his shoes.
Unfortunately, as a safety precaution, the man then had to subject himself to the exact type of body cavity search that he was trying to avoid in the first place.
Well, that escalated quickly. Still, he’s lucky he didn’t face any real charges.
A helpful tip for air travelers: sarcasm is not recommended at most airports worldwide.
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