Someone Forgot Their Camera on a Plane and Caused a Bomb Scare

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - JULY 26: Ground crews work on a United Airlines plane at San Francisco International Airport on July 26, 2012 in San Francisco, California. United Continental Holdings reported a 37 percent second quarter loss with earnings of $339 million or 89 cents a share compared to $538 million or $1.39 a share one year ago. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Photo: Justin Sullivan/2012 Getty Images

A United Airlines flight headed from Newark to Geneva was diverted to Boston's Logan Airport, with a twin fighter jet escort, after an item was found in an unoccupied seat's air sickness bag. Turns out it was just a camera, which is not at all scary, until you read this ABC News report that cites at least two post-9/11 terrorist plots known to include a camera somehow.