TSA: Terrorists May Penetrate Our Defenses With Delicious, Fattening Dairy Products
Last week the TSA sent an advisory to law enforcement offices across the country warning them that recent suspicious activity could be part of a terrorist dry run. The incidents range from deadly duct tape-wrapped ice packs to bizarre pepperjack bombs like the one pictured above, confiscated from a Baltimore couple.
That's right: terrorists have discovered prop comedy.
* The first cheese bomb was discovered last September -- a block of processed cheese was taped to a bag containing a cell phone charger.
* The ice pack was from this month, in San Deigo. Also they were filled with clay.
* In June, a second cheese device was found in Milwaukee -- this time, there were two blocks of cheese, as well as wires and batteries and deadly tubes.
* And last November, a passenger in Houston tried to sneak another bag of terrifying clay on board.
The TSA has no explanation for these incidents -- three of the four involved US citizens, no one had any links to terrorist organizations -- so they're pretty sure it's a dry run for a future attack on our nation's most vulnerable citizens: the lactose intolerant.