Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Teen creates disturbance at Buffalo, NY airport

That's what teens do.

He shouted "It's time to die" before ripping off his backpack and reaching inside it at an upstate airport.

Should have shot him. If anyone's asking to not be a part of this world with the rest of us anymore it's this little shit.

Authorities say the 16-year-old boy (Alif Chowdhury) from Garden City, Long Island was with his father (Ehsan Chowdhury) waiting outside a terminal prior to their flight to J-F-K Airport.

He's father should get a fine for birthing an idiot. Of course, if that was a fine-able offense my father would be doing 5 to 10.

Passers-by became suspicious of the youth's behavior and alerted airport police. The teen -- who was dressed in a white robe-like garment -- became agitated while officers questioned his father.

Yeah, yelling shit like that and ripping off your backpack is a little suspicious. I would have stabbed him with my luggage.

Officials say he said he wasn't afraid to die and tried to pull something out of his backpack. The officers subdued the youth, who was carrying cell phones in the backpack but nothing dangerous.

Should have shoved the cell phones up his ass. Then called him.

The teen was taken to a Buffalo hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.

Better yet, take him out back and beat the ever-loving shit out of him. Lesson learned. Be quiet at airports genius.

3 Comments:

Blogger f.b.i.t.c. said...

Hey, some Brazilian tried that over here and got his ass shot all to shit, well actually he didn't, he just ran away when challenged by the police, whilst wearing a big coat on a hot day in the middle of london not long after a terrorist attack, same thing really!!

May 17, 2006 4:04 AM  
Blogger A Mad Man said...

If the current times have taught me anything at all, it's to be completely silent in public and never ever move quicker than anyone else.

Last thing I need is five or six warning shots tearing through my forehead.

May 17, 2006 1:44 PM  
Blogger YourSister said...

This reminds me of a similar incident involving a kidnapping and a shoprite!!!

May 26, 2006 6:16 PM  

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