Well this was certainly no perfume, shampoo or bottle of water found aboard Flight 52 Continental Airlines flight from Argentina. A stick of dynamite was found in a college student’s checked luggage. What’s more dangerous, shampoo on a carry on … or a stick of dynamite in the cargo hold of a plane?
(This would be dangerous to allow on a plane)
HOW IN THE HELL DID YOU MISS A STICK OF DYNAMITE ON IN A BAG ON A PLANE!!!
HOUSTON – A stick of dynamite was found in a college student’s checked luggage on a Continental Airlines flight from Argentina, one of seven security incidents Friday that caused U.S. flights to be diverted, evacuated, searched or delayed.
Howard McFarland Fish, 21, was charged with carrying an explosive aboard an aircraft and was in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Federal authorities have determined that his actions were not acts of terrorism.
(This is what the TSA thinks is dangerous)
Not an act of terrorism? Just what would one call bringing a stick of dynamite on a plane? One just brings a stick of dynamite on a plane for the hell of it whether one works with explosives or not. A word to the TSA, my shampoo, deodorant, shaving cream and aftershave were not acts of terrorism either, but you managed to deem them public enemy #1 and confiscate them.
The fact of the matter is this was an International flight which means the bag in question should have gone through customs.