Please Don’t Leave Your Fake Grenades Lying Around

NEW YORK - MAY 26: Pedestrians in Times Square walk past a police car May 26, 2004 in New York City. The U.S. fears that al Qaeda may be plotting an attack inside the country or against U.S. interests abroad. Despite these warnings, the government has no plans to raise the terror threat level and has no details on when, where or how an attack might occur. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Photo: Spencer Platt/2004 Getty Images

Aside from actual grenades, replicas are just about the worst thing you could leave lying around in public places such as the Port Authority bus terminal because they're very disruptive. Take Monday night, for example, when the whole place had to be evacuated and closed for 45 minutes because some numbskull left a bag of replica grenades behind and scared the pants off everybody. Please, next time, take your fake grenades with you.