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Camera Forces Plane From Newark To Make Emergency Landing.

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NY1 - "A camera forced a plane out of Newark Airport to make an emergency landing in Boston.

 

The plane, originally bound for Geneva, was diverted to Logan Airport after someone discovered the camera in an unattended seat.

The plane was held in a remote area of the airport while the TSA checked it out."

 

Source Link: http://www.ny1.com/content/top_stories/165860/camera-forces-plane-from-newark-to-make-emergency-landing

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LMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!

 

I'm sorry this just made me laugh. An Emergency landing over an unattended camera? Aye!! Security is pretty tight.....with some of it leading to something dumb.

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At this point, I think the TSA should just get agents to ride planes so they could do in plane inspections, and at this point I can say, the TSA Paranoia is OVER 9000!!! LMAO, XD!!!

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tsa-goon.jpg

 

 

 

"We have such tough measures to protect us from the boogie men from the Middle East that not even a kodak camera can get past us TSA agents on the case. Yes, we take heartfelt pride in frisking people at the gate, grabbing people's cocks .... in the name of freedom."

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