Sunday's airline threat had Diarrhea.
Before locking himself in to the toilet the man had already been up and down to the same cubicle several times. Cabin crew became increasingly suspicious, broke the door down and dragged him out. He is then said to have become irate and verbally aggressive.
Geeze the guy is sick has diarrhea, makes several trips to same john,
and they break down the door while he is setting on the john, AND CLAIM HE IS IRATE AND VERBALLY AGGRESSIVE.
Gee I wonder why.
SMELLS LIKE A LAW SUIT AGAINST DELTA.
Have we all gone nutz?
This could have been checked out quietly without 7 Detroit Police vech.
Two bomb dogs and linning up all the luggage on the tarmac the FBI and
Home Land Security being called for a case of Diarrhea.
But he locked the door, don't you lock the bathroom door on a airplane?
Now because of the other idiot that tried to set off a bomb on Christmas,
we can't go to the bathroom unaccompanied on a plane. Or have a blanket on us,
must take off our shoes and can still be subjected to setting on the run way for 3 hours. ( they are ignoring the case of the suicide bomber with a bomb up his ass
in Saudi, or we would all be spreading at the airport. Well maybe it would show up on an X-ray. G )
But we have assurances from Home Land Security, the system worked on
the Christmas bomber? Napolitano: "System worked": NOT G
The Detonator malfunctioned. Great system.
SUCCESS just like great job the Gov. did in Katrina hurricane.
They screwed up two days in a row will they make it three?
The spinning is making me dizzy.
Update: screwing up already 4:21 AM
Before I begin, let me just state that TSA has yet to confirm any of this on its website, so the details aren’t entirely clear at the moment. That said, there are several indications that orders have been issued to cease the use of electronics during international flights. Yes, that means no laptops, no iPods, no Kindles, no CD players, no portable DVD players, no Nintendo DSes — nothing that requires any sort of power on these flights. If this is true, it’s absolutely awful news.
Obviously, this is all in reaction to the Nigerian man who attempted to bring down a plane coming into the U.S. And the TSA is going to do whatever it thinks is necessary to prevent further attacks of a similar nature. But the simple fact is that if the TSA was really this seriously worried about electronic devices, they could have banned them anytime since the attacks on September 11, 2001. Instead, they’re doing it more than 8 years later after a man apparently lit some sort of mixture of powder and liquid in his lap. How that relates to electronics, I’m not sure. This just reeks of a “well, we have to do something” move.