Sex Toys, Pot Grinders + 3 More CRAZY Things That Were Mistaken for Grenade and Caused Airport Evacuations

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Berlin Airport evacuated after sex toy mistaken for the grenade. The owner of “a vibrator from Ann Summers” was checked by several policemen until they realized what was really grenade-like. 

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Sex toy mistaken for grenade, Berlin

Source: Point Me to the Plane – BoardingArea

The passenger was flying from Schönefeld Airport in Berlin with a bag that was checked by X-ray. The workers of the airport saw a sex toy that resembled a hand grenade and raised the alarm and evacuate part of the busy terminal.

The owner of grenade-like sex toy wrote on social media: “When I arrived, the terminal was being evacuated. I approached a police officer and told him that I needed to check my bag with the baggage handlers.

“He asked my name and for my passport. He then spoke into his radio and several armed police swarmed me with automatic weapons.

“After 60 tense minutes, [the member of the bomb squad] returned laughing. The hand grenade was in fact a vibrator from Ann Summers that my girlfriend and I had purchased two weeks previous.”

Grenade-like pot grinder, Argentina

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Source: wtop.com

A marijuana grinder looked like a grenade and triggered the evacuation of an Argentina’s national airport (Astor Piazzolla airport in the coastal city of Mar del Plata).

“Someone must have discarded the artifact before boarding on a plane,” Alejandro Itzcovich stated. The officials “confirmed that it was not an explosive and we’re now trying to determine who the owner of this object is.”

Lost rabbit, Australia

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Source: Australian Federal Police

The lost rabbit was found in Australia’s Adelaide Airport and was mistaken for a bomb and caused a serious scare. Police were relieved when they saw a cute little bunny instead of expected bomb device.

“This is the first job of this kind that I’ve come across in my 26 years of service with RSPCA,” Nalika Van Loenen said. “The young male rabbit is clearly very well socialized and cared for.” “The police had put him in a large box and gotten some carrots from Subway, so he had some fresh shredded carrot to munch on while they waited for me to arrive,” she added.

“We treat everything in the aviation space very seriously, but our bomb appraisal officers certainly weren’t expecting to find a rabbit in unattended baggage,” Commander Brett McCann stated adding “certainly an unusual situation.”

iPod amplifier, Egypt  

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Source: China-hifi-Audio

Robert Lapham, 54, and his wife were returning to their home in England, Lapham was taken by Egyptian security forces at Marsa Alam airport as their homemade iPod amplifier resembled a bomb.

“We knew the new airport legislation had come into force and it was the first flight back to the UK to have the new security arrangements so we put in everything with a screen in our suitcases”, Lapham told  Kent Live.

“We were going through security as normal when my headphone amplifier was picked up by security, they wanted to know what it was. I plugged it in, showed them how it worked and tried to explain.”

“I was absolutely terrified. It started me thinking I could possibly be shot.” Fortunately, everything ended well.

 Bag with “bomb” written on

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Source: Twitter

Brisbane International Airport experienced a security scare after the police were asked to a checked luggage with the word “bomb” written on it. However, the mistake was shortly found – the bag traveled to Mumbai, India and the code for Mumbai International Airport is BOM, after Bombay, Yahoo7 News reported.

“The Australian Federal Police responded to reports of a suspicious item of baggage at Brisbane International Airport this morning,” Australian Federal Police spokesperson said. “An area near a baggage carousel was cordoned off and the item was examined in accordance with routine protocols, and was not deemed to be suspicious.”


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Sex Toys, Pot Grinders + 3 More CRAZY Things That Were Mistaken for Grenade and Caused Airport Evacuations
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Sex Toys, Pot Grinders + 3 More CRAZY Things That Were Mistaken for Grenade and Caused Airport Evacuations
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Berlin Airport evacuated after sex toy mistaken for the grenade. The owner of "a vibrator from Ann Summers" was checked by several policemen until they realized what was really grenade-like. 
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