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Via The Trend
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In a modern moment of fear/paranoia, people heard a loud noise at LAX and spread word all over social media that there was an "active shooter" running around the airport, but thankfully, there wasn't, and the noise was just "something loud" that is currently unexplained.

But as people read RUMORS all over social media that an active shooter was present, chaos, fear and panic erupted as folks ran from three different terminals to escape to safety:



Somewhere in all the chaos, a man dressed as Zorro and wielding a plastic sword, got arrested :




Remember, use social media responsibly. Rumors help no one, but can hurt a lot.




Via cooltv810
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A Ryanair passenger missed the final boarding call for his flight. So what does a determined guy do? You chase down the tarmac to try and still catch your flight!

Needless to say, the ground crew members at Madrid's main international airport were stunned...

And yes, he was allowed to board the plane! This dude must be great at Pokemon Go!

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A DHL cargo plane flying from Paris overshot the runway at Bergamo's Orio Al Serio airport and crashed on a busy road. Oops!

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Via The Week
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Of course, passengers at the airport weren't informed of this drill ahead of time, leading to some very anxious civilians (including Travel Channel's Andrew Zimmern).

Via Live Leak
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An inattentive father sets his child on the luggage rack after going through security and doesn't pay attention as he falls over head-first. Luckily, a security guard is there to catch him before he hits the floor.

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Greg Benson brings us some more hilarity when he heads to the airport and confuse people by pretending he's in a conversation with a person who is already on the phone. Ridiculous confusion ensues!

Via Cy's Film
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All landings at San Diego International Airport on November 23, 2012 between 10:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., composited and time-lapsed into a 25 second clip by Cy Kuckenbaker.