Pudding fan caught in terrorism red tape assaults airport security

They can take his pudding from his cold, dead, hands…

As he returned to Hong Kong from a sight seeing trip, a Chinese man had four 250 gm puddings in his luggage.  Puddings he meant to share with his family.  

But anti-terrorism legislation limits any liquid to 100 gm per container.

The confiscation of the pudding led to the man being upset, and he has been arrested for [allegedly] assaulting airport security staff.

Pudding man.  Pudding.  The terrorist have already won.

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via www.cultural-china.com

 

Source: Ashai, H/T: Boing Boing


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