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Flying high, part II: The Electric Bugaloo

About a week ago, a US Airways cleaning crew found a package of cocaine while cleaning a plane at Manchester Airport. Naturally, that tipped off the police that people were trying to bring drugs into Cow Hampshire that way, and they stepped up security.

One would think that after such a public discovery, the smugglers would lay off that move for a little while, until the heat died down.

You'd be wrong.

I feel a little better that they busted the guy this time, especially since he was flying Southwest like I do.

Comments (2)

I'm glad I'm not the only o... (Below threshold)

I'm glad I'm not the only one who thinks all sequels should be named "electric bugaloo".

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Quoting from the article:
"Based on information we received, we were on the lookout for a particular individual, and deputies spotted someone who matched that description and approached him," Johnston said.

Oh, no - PROFILING again! How long until the ACLU jumps on this bandwagon?






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