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    Tiger Airways passenger arrested for vaping

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    Not much detail on this yet.

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    I dont understand why on a domestic flight >.<
    The flight isnt that long that you cant go without for that long ...

    Just puts a bad spotlight on it ...

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    Seriously who would be STUPID enough to do this? Moron. If they are a member of this forum they should be banned for stupidity.

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    Herald Sun would have loved that. If ever there was a "news" source (and I use that term very loosely) that had BT's interest at heart it's those f*#kers! I concur, it should never have happened. Some people need to exercise self control. I managed when I smoked and I'm talking Sydney to Bangkok, Bangkok to Frankfurt or London to Singapore, not a bloody domestic flight.

    That sort of thing does nothing for our cause.
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    On another note - "They also contain lithium ion batteries, which can be dangerous."
    Unlike mobile phones, cameras and computers which contain potato-ion batteries that are absolutely safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hugeonreddit View Post
    On another note - "They also contain lithium ion batteries, which can be dangerous."
    Unlike mobile phones, cameras and computers which contain potato-ion batteries that are absolutely safe.
    yeah, this confuses me. When I bought my vaper I was told that it could not fly so had to be sent via rail, yet mobile phones are okay ?

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    "on another note airplanes contain large tanks of fuel, which can be dangerous."

    samantha landy, you're a fucking numpty.



    Quote Originally Posted by Humbleroller View Post
    yeah, this confuses me. When I bought my vaper I was told that it could not fly so had to be sent via rail, yet mobile phones are okay ?
    lol what? I went to india, through singapore and back to melbourne with a full bag of provaris and 18650s without issue. whoever told you that rail nonsense was full of rubbish.
    Last edited by qwertylesh; 07-10-14 at 03:50 PM.
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    i had no idea that vaping could set off smoke alarms

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    Well you can let her know that, Qwerty, she's left her email for your feedback.

 

 
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