Terrorist Tiddays: London Heathrow Airport Officials Told To Look Out For Breast-Implanted Bombs

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London Heathrow Airport On High Alert For Bombs Hidden In Breast Implants

London’s most prominent airport officials have their eyes wide open for a possible incoming attack……..in the form of explosive boobies.

via Mirror UK

Heathrow Airport is on high terror alert amid fears women suicide bombers are ready to strike with ­explosives concealed in breast implants.

Security checks have been beefed up after “credible” intelligence that al-Qaeda is plotting attacks on airlines flying out of London.

One staff member said: “There are genuine fears over this.

“We have been told to pay particular attention to females who may have concealed hidden explosives in their breasts.

“This is particularly difficult for us to pick up but we are on a very high state of alert.

Al-Qaeda’s chief bomb-maker Ibrahim al-Asiri is understood to have developed the method of foiling airport scanners by concealing ­explosives in an implant or bodily cavity.

It is also feared there is no shortage of ­volunteers willing to take part in an atrocity after hundreds of extremists recently escaped from prison in Pakistan.

Explosives expert Andy Oppenheimer said: “There is a great fear that al-Qaeda are planning on using internal devices to try and get through airport scanners.

“These explosives could be in breast implants.”

So, basically, any woman with over an A cup is a potential boobie bomber?? Looks like there won’t be too many silicone Sallys traveling hassle-free through London anytime soon.

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