What in the world?<br><br>Wired Iraqi man triggers scare at L.A. airport:<br><br>LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - An Iraqi national wearing wires and concealing a magnet inside his rectum triggered a security scare at Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday but officials said he posed no apparent threat.<br><br>The man, identified by law enforcement officials as Fadhel al-Maliki, 35, set off an alarm during passenger screening at the airport early on Tuesday morning.<br><br>A police bomb squad was called to examine what was deemed a suspicious item found during a body cavity search of the man. Local media reports said a magnet was found in his rectum.<br><br>"He was secreting these items in a body cavity and that was a great concern because there were also some electric wires associated with that body cavity," Larry Fetters, security director for the Transportation Security Administration at the airport, told reporters.<br><br>_______<br>
Where does that avatar come from? I've seen that around several places and love it. I wonder who the author is?<br><br>About the article I don't see anything out of the ordinary. He probably had a couple of magnets up there of opposite polarity. Moving those across each other would create an electric field that is carried out of the rectum by the copper wires. Bingo, clean (sort of) energy that doesn't increase atmospheric carbon levels. I applaud that man.<br><br>
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