Programmer shows materials inside airports can make crossbows, grenades
An umbrella, dental floss and a straw is all you need to build a lethal weapon behind the security lines of an airport, according to programmer Evan Booth.
Booth has spent the past year trying to show how easy it is to construct explosive devices from simple products available at airport gift shops.
Eleven different weapons ranging from a crossbow to a grenade to an exploding suitcase are demonstrated on his website.
Booth's site features a large disclaimer saying his site is in no way meant to be instructional, merely educational.
"Information doesn't create bad people," he said.
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