Bomb souvenir sparks panic at Israeli airport

A US family sparked a stampede at Israel’s main airport when they showed security inspectors a dud they found on a visit to the country and wanted to take home. During the family’s trip to the Golan Heights, one of the children found a bomb that they wanted to keep as a souvenir, he said Jewish press. Authorities said the family were allowed to board their plane after being questioned by security personnel.

Fireball sparks panic in US states

A loud bang and a streaking fireball sparked panic in three US states. More than 30 people in Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi reported seeing the exceptionally bright meteor in the sky after hearing loud pops. An eyewitness told the Vicksburg Post that she heard a loud noise and then looked up and saw an “orange ball of fire the size of a basketball with a white tail behind it” heading west toward the Mississippi River.

Fan accidentally buys tickets to a tribute band

A music fan was furious after accidentally buying tickets for a Red Hot Chili Peppers cover band and not the band itself. The rocker couldn’t believe his luck when he saw an ad for one of his favorite bands to perform at a small local venue with tickets for less than $20. He immediately bought four tickets, but when he received a confirmation email, he found that he had booked for Red NOT Chili Peppers, a Red Hot Chili Peppers tribute act. “I’ll just let it be, man,” he told the Detroit Metro Times. “I don’t trip over it.” Bomb souvenir sparks panic at Israeli airport

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