A man passing through the security checks at the Shuangliu Airport yesterday yelled out, "I'm a terrorist, and there's a bomb in my bag!"
The perpetrator, a 60-year-old man from Jiangsu province's Jiangyue, was drunk and claimed that the scrutiny of the security check annoyed him, leading to his erratic behavior.
"Everything was running totally normally at the time but when it was this man's turn, I clearly smelled alcohol on him," recalled a security-check staff. After putting his items on the conveyer belt, he yelled out, "I have a lot of stuff in my bags, I have bullets, guns, explosives!" Finally, he yelled that he was a terrorist.
The staff immediately told the surrounding passengers to leave the vicinity and closed down the security check. The man was held until police came. No explosives of any type were found in his bag, but the man was taken to the police station where he was questioned and ultimately fined RMB400.
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