Anonymous, 23 Dec 2016Again, renaming the WiFi hotspot is not illegal, but you must be 12 or so...Would you say pretending to have a bomb is not illegal also? The Note7 is banned due to being a safety hazard, pretending to have something illegal on you is incredibly stupid and actually illegal. I hope you are trolling and not just that stupid.
sachouba, 23 Dec 2016I don't understand the concern... There is like 1 chance out of 10 000 for a Note7 to catc... moreWrong. 1 out of 10 000 is still way to high for a phone, and the chance increases the longer you use the phone. Also, this is not just "getting really hot", it's really catching fire. People just say "exploding" as a wrong-used synonym but I think everybody knows what is meant
Wondering, 23 Dec 2016According to BBC, no further action or punishment was taken on the passenger with the phony de... moreHe was kicked off for being noisy, not for speaking a different language. He is a "prankster" (liar).
sachouba, 23 Dec 2016I don't understand the concern... There is like 1 chance out of 10 000 for a Note7 to catc... moreAnd stressing out the crew increases the chance to make mistakes so greatly increases the chance to crash. For a stupid joke.
[deleted post]That's what you're trying to do. Look in the mirror. You started provoking and trolling people.
the prankster might have no brain in this case.. luckily the prankster don't need to deal with police for causing panic.. next time, think twice before performing such prank as one could got arrested for causing panic
I don't understand the concern...
There is like 1 chance out of 10 000 for a Note7 to catch fire in its whole life, and they don't even explode : they only get really hot.
The probability of a plane crash was probably way higher than the probability of an exploding Note7.
According to BBC, no further action or punishment was taken on the passenger with the phony device.
And somewhere nearby someone was thrown out of plane just because he was speaking another language.
MaxSmarties, 23 Dec 2016Again, procured alarm is illegal, thus a crime, in every civilised country in the world... but... moreAgain, renaming the WiFi hotspot is not illegal, but you must be 12 or so...
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2016No, he have just renamed his WiFi hotspot. Renaming it is not illegal.Again, procured alarm is illegal, thus a crime, in every civilised country in the world... but you must be 12 or so
MaxSmarties, 23 Dec 2016Judging by your words you have far more serious problems than understanding people dude...Here, the one that is whining and has problems is you.
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2016It's not my problem that you are too primitive to understand anything.Judging by your words you have far more serious problems than understanding people dude...
MaxSmarties, 23 Dec 2016No this was procured alarm, that is a crime...No, he have just renamed his WiFi hotspot. Renaming it is not illegal.
Fly Sheikh, 23 Dec 2016This is dangerous but funny..No this was procured alarm, that is a crime...
MaxSmarties, 23 Dec 2016And you clearly share his IQ, that should be less than 20 by the way....It's not my problem that you are too primitive to understand anything.
vrvly, 23 Dec 2016Of course he wouldn't say a thing first, there was no note7 on his hands. Some might not be to... moreHe si an idiot nevertheless... and should be fined because of procured alarm, that is against the law everywhere. It's not expressly forbidden to say "I have a bomb",if you don't have one, but try to do that on a plane. You'll be arrested nevertheless.
And batteries aren't dangerous if not damaged.... or designed by Samsung
Anonymous, 23 Dec 2016Phones don't explode. They just catch fire and melt. That is not enough to cause a plane crash... moreYou clearly don't know what you are speaking about... a lithium based battery burns in such a rapid an brutal way it could be definitely be considered an explosion, and there is hardly something worse than a fire in an oxygenated, closed environment like an airplane, where there is plenty of material to burn