tisdag 5 januari 2010

Airport security - the cherry brandy test


Following the attempt by a Carthusian monk to blow up an aircraft on Christmas Day, there are various rows going on about the inquity of "profiling" for security risk, and more rows about what amounts to electronic strip searching.

All they need to do to screen passengers is to hand out bacon sarnies and glasses of cherry brandy, preferably the sweet syrupy one made by the Dutch firm Bols. If they take one or the other, one can be completely certain that they will not blow up their aircraft. Think about it.

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