I’ll Bet A Million Dollars He’s Not A Terrorist


Federal agents arrested a suspicious traveler with an altered Saudi Arabian passport at Detroit Metro Airport over the weekend after discovering a pressure cooker in his luggage.

According to a criminal complaint filed today in U.S. District Court, the passenger, Hussain Al Khawahir initially told customs officers that he brought the pressure cooker for a nephew at the University of Toledo because pressure cookers are not sold in Saudi Arabia, the complaint said. The man then changed his story and admitted his nephew had purchased a pressure cooker in America before, but it “was cheap” and broke after the first use.

If this fucken dumshitte were really a terrorist planning to explode a pressure cooker bomb, he wouldn’t have flown into the motherfucken US with a goddamn motherfucken pressure cooker in his fucken luggage. He would have bought a motherfucken pressure cooker after he arrived at any of kajillions of houseware stores in every fucken city. Or if he is a terrorist, he’s the stupidest one to have every existed since forever.

Comments

  1. tiberiusbeauregard says

    Well, some religions make people dress themselves in potatoe sacks, so… common sense somehow seems to get lost along the way…

  2. Grumble says

    I once brought a pressure cooker to the USA from a certain third world country where I was visiting, and where pressure cookers happen to be cheap. I wonder what would happen if I did that now…

  3. Trebuchet says

    I once brought a pressure cooker to the USA from a certain third world country where I was visiting, and where pressure cookers happen to be cheap. I wonder what would happen if I did that now…

    Probably nothing, as long as you’re white.

  4. Grumble says

    “traveling with a pressure cooker while arabic” – TWAPCWA is the new DWB.

    (By the way, are Arabs white?)

  5. badgersdaughter says

    My suspicious brain cells suggest that officials were not concerned about him bringing a pressure cooker into the US, but into the airport. Even if there was no danger that time, a paranoid security officer might see it as a practice run. Paranoid is a good word for it. I don’t see why anyone would feel like it was a good idea to lug an awkward thing like that on a plane flight, but whatever. It shouldn’t be a reason to be hassled.

  6. Grumble says

    I just TOLD you why anyone would bring an awkward thing like a pressure cooker on a flight. They are CHEAPER in certain third world countries, where they are very popular and well-made. I myself, like probably thousands or millions of others, have lugged a pressure cooker onto a plane. And none of us blew anything up.

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