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Cailey Rizzo
December 01, 2017 01:12 PM

A Turkish Airlines flight made an emergency diversion on Thursday when flight crew discovered a mobile Wi-Fi network named “Bomb on Board.”

The flight from Nairobi to Istanbul diverted to Khartoum, Sudan, when flight staff noticed the suspiciously named Wi-Fi network. After the emergency landing, all 100 passengers had to leave the aircraft for inspection.

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“Experts said the Wi-Fi network in question was created on board,” Turkish Airlines said in a statement, according to Reuters. “No irregularities were seen after security procedures were carried out, and passengers were brought back on the plane once boarding restarted.”

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The airline did not reveal if security was able to determine which passenger created the Wi-Fi network.

This wasn’t the first time a suspiciously named hotspot caused problems on a flight. Last year, a Qantas flight out of Melbourne was delayed from taking off for two hours after a passenger noticed a network called “Mobile Detonation Device.”

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Pro tip: Avoid any mention of bombs, firearms or terrorist organizations while naming your Wi-Fi on a plane.

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