Needles found in turkey sandwiches on Delta flights from Amsterdam.
Not-very-reassuring thing #1:
“TSA continues to closely monitor the review of the incidents as well as the security protocols being conducted by the air carrier and the airport authority,” spokesman David Castelveter said.
And not-so-reassuring thing #2:
“Delta requires all its in-flight caterers to adhere to strict criteria in order to offer our customers the very best onboard meals,” Baur told CNN in a statement. “The safety and security of our passengers and crew is Delta’s number one priority.”
So the bad news: Delta and TSA are on the case. And if cases can be solved by being late or groping peoples’ nether regions, we’re gold.
The good news? To the best of my knowledge, Al Quaeda hasn’t figured out how to fit a bomb inside a needle yet.
And I’ll just shut up right now.