British Man Arrested for Threatening to Blow Up Airport on Twitter

Used to be, you couldn't make jokes at the airport about bombs and high-jacking planes. Now, don't even think about Tweeting that kind of nonsense. Better yet, maybe if we all stop flying that will take care of this whole problem, right?
British police have arrested a man for making a terror threat after he allegedly joked on Twitter that he would blow up an airport.  South Yorkshire Police say they arrested 26-year-old Paul Chambers on Jan. 13 on suspicion of communicating a bomb hoax.  Chambers allegedly posted a message on the social networking site saying he would blow northern England's Robin Hood Airport "sky high" if his flight was delayed.

He has been bailed pending further investigation.
The Canadian Press: British man arrested for terrorism after joking on Twitter that he would blow up airport

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