Brussels Airport failed to spot bomb belt security test

“On 1 October last year, I was asked to try to pass the security checkpoint with a fake bomb belt”, said the mystery passenger, HLN reports.

“The belt looked very credible, with wires, a detonator and a substance that had the same density as real explosives,” added the passenger.

When being searched, the passenger pretended to be a foreign passenger who did not speak Dutch. “I gestured that I was bothered by my back and showed that I wore a kind of armour. To my great surprise, I was allowed to continue,” said the passenger.

“That same day I also passed security twice with a false personnel badge and I could smuggle a knife without being noticed,” added the passenger.

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Source: The Brussels Times