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The unknown monkeywrencher

By Michael J. Smith on Monday January 4, 2010 04:48 PM

Hats off (though bags stay on) to the droll chap who sauntered yesterday through a "security" gate -- the wrong way -- at Newark Airport, then apparently sauntered back out twenty minutes later. The subsequent Keystone Kops kwest for this Scarlet Pimpernel (or some item he might possibly have left behind) emptied Terminal C for several hours and knocked a large part of US civil aviation into a cocked hat for most of the day.

This is the sort of thing we need more of.

Comments (3)


In a society with any future, a lot of people would start trying their luck with those NO ENTRY doors now. Just for the fuck of it.

Nick Hart:

Maybe we all should start bringing torches and pitchforks.


V is for Vendetta?

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