Guy builds ‘FRAGGuccino’ with items bought after airport security

Nov 16, 2013, 11:08 PM

Arguably, the worst part of flying is the whole rigmarole at airport security, which, while sometimes frustrating and even asinine, is meant to keep us safe.

But what about what happens AFTER we leave security?

Known on YouTube as Terminal Cornucopia, a guy is able to construct a bomb – A BOMB! – made from everyday, unassuming items he purchased at various terminal kiosks, according to Gizmodo.

Dubbed a “FRAGGuccino,” the whole experiment cost him only $30 and took him less than four minutes.

With just a stainless steel coffee mug, a Li-ion AA battery, some Axe Body Spray, a condom, and a bottle of water, Terminal Cornucopia was able to construct and successfully detonate an improvised frag grenade.

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Guy builds ‘FRAGGuccino’ with items bought after airport security