Device Charging Advised For Any UK Flights

Devices must be charged if plane passengers are to leave or enter the United Kingdom. British people are being advised to ensure that they have enough charge in any electronic devices to turn them on.

I don’t know if I’m being dumb but I thought that it was a wise idea to turn of electronic devices when getting on planes because it messes with the plane especially Mobile Phones and Laptops.

I could be mistaken though.

Also wouldn’t it be considered good advice to have enough battery charge on any device to last you a while if you’re leaving the country. Let’s face it you don’t want to get to Greece let’s say and then realise you’ve got the wrong plug and you’re battery has died.

Wouldn’t be good for you’re holiday.

This is clearly to do with this new Terror plot that Al Qaeda is plotting up from the hide out in the Middle East. I mocked it last week but if they’re doing this then it must actually be a considered a serious faith by the American and British security agencies.

The thing is we now know that this new plot has something to do with Electronic Device Batteries. Not like they’ve been using Mobile Phones to set off bombs for years now. This is however going to give some nut job an idea on how to create a bomb. Let’s face it there will be instructions on how to do it on the Internet. There’s everything like that on the Internet.

Trust me I found a video on how to make a small version of Napalm on the Internet. Yes I did look it up for educational fun.

It’s looks like airports are taking this threat very serious. We don’t know what will come of this but I really think that the British Authorities are playing a tricky game with this new policy.

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