German airports are currently under scrutiny for evacuations that disrupt busy passengers.
When the third evacuation in the past ten days happened in Berlin’s Schonefield Airport, one of the busiest airports in Germany.
Just before 11am the airports D terminal was shut down as police investigated a suspicious item.
Not to mention the owner of the bag was called upon over the public-address system, however red faced and embarrassed he was reluctant to explain the oddly shaped items in his bag.
After an hour-long investigation that may have involved some googling, the bomb squad deemed the items as sex toys.
One of the sex toys in questions was an Ann Summers vibrator, which was believed to be a hand grenade.
Here's an example of an Ann Summers vibrator (this isn't the model that was found). Although, you can see how this might be mistaken for a grenade.
The 31 year old man eventually explained what the travelling toys were. Revealing that he had purchased the sex toy for his girlfriend, a damsel in distress at this point. Allowed to continue with the sex bomb still in his luggage, he was whisked away as soon as possible.
The airport tweeted: "Police Investigation is over. Terminal D reopened. However, further impairments in passenger handling possible."
After the incident, German cops said the luggage contained "adult entertainment equipment."
An officer added "there is no law against packing vibrators in your suitcase." However, it seems if you are taking your favourite toys abroad and your bags are called for further inspection. Best to explain things earlier rather than later!