Sydney Airport, where fruit is banned, but being beaten to death is OK

March 23, 2009 — 6 Comments

SMH: Bikie killed in Sydney Airport brawl

The man was beaten to death INSIDE the Qantas Domestic Terminal.

Where in the world was security? I know, it was too busy looking for forbidden fruit (like Apples from Victoria) in the baggage collection area, or making sure the pram going through X-ray wasn’t carrying a bomb.

It is incomprehensible that a person could be beaten to death inside Australia’s busiest airport. This is an EPIC FAIL of security beyond anything seen in this country. WTF doesn’t even begin to describe it.

SMH again

he 29-year-old was knocked to the ground during the brawl – involving at least 10 men – and bashed repeatedly in the head with a metal bollard.

The attack took place in terminal three, one of the most secure and monitored public spaces in Australia.

Obviously not that secure.

6 responses to Sydney Airport, where fruit is banned, but being beaten to death is OK

  1. I cannot agree more, actually I wrote a similar post weeks ago

    Edward

    Frontier Blog – No one ahead, no one behind
    http://www.hwswworld.com/wp

  2. It was so secure that the bikies were left undisturbed while they killed each other.

  3. that was horrible. talk about giving bad reputation.

  4. I agree: this was unbelievable. They're so worried that your liquids are in those shitty bags and that you've filled out your address properly on the form, but this happens…

  5. I agree: this was unbelievable. They're so worried that your liquids are in those shitty bags and that you've filled out your address properly on the form, but this happens…

  6. I agree: this was unbelievable. They're so worried that your liquids are in those shitty bags and that you've filled out your address properly on the form, but this happens…

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