Watch Your Mouth in Singapore…and No Bombs in the UK

If you find yourself at Singapore’s Changi Airport, do not (repeat, do not) swear at customs officials.  A man was arrested at the airport after he swore at customs officers who asked him to place his baggage through an x-ray machine for a routine check.  He was fined S$2000.

In other idiot news, a British man who joked that he had a bomb in his luggage, causing an expensive series of delays at Scotland’s Inverness Airport, was sentenced to two months in prison.  Police searched his bag and found candy.  And not a candy bomb, either.  Just regular candy.  Lesson:  if you have candy in your bag, don’t say you have a bomb.

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