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Med Student Rescues Body Part From Airport Security

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Sometimes, leaps in medical science require an agreeable security guard, and on this day in 2008, he wasn't playing. The guard, then his supervisors, said no. Being larger than 100 milliliters, the bottle, containing a trachea, was categorically dangerous material. If Professor Birchall insisted on boarding the plane, he would be arrested. Birchall had no Plan B. What was he to do? (www.npr.org) और अधिक...

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tyketto
Brad Littlejohn 7
I was actually more shocked in the fact that:

1) seeing the tons of mistakes made by the TSA, the UK airport security should know better and apply better common sense, which didn't happen,

2) EZY didn't refund the money for the ticket, and

3) A person's life hung in the balance here. Rules and regulations be damned when someone could live or die due to how they act and respond. Compassion, dignity, and decency trumps rules and regulations in this regard.
owenomahony
Owen O'Mahony 2
What can you do with a security guy who says "Rules is Rules" and an airline with a combined IQ of less than 100. The more worrying point is that they get to vote!!
xmacfly
ALLEN McLEAN 2
The bad guys have won!!
ethanbenjaminsa3
ethanbenjaminsa3 1
Amazing but I can't believe those stupid security guards wouldn't allow it on the plane but MED STUDENT THE RESCUE!!!!!!!!!!
preacher1
preacher1 1
Maybe we can come up with something to add common sense to their brains??????
n111ma
n111ma 1
Maybe medical science can use stem cells to grow brains for these "so-called" security agents!
THRUSTT
THRUSTT 1
Boycott Easyjet on a massive scale watch them backpedal...
dmanuel
dmanuel 1
Would there be any irony if this TSA agent needed a transplant and some other agent prevented the replacement organ from getting onto the flight?

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