In what seemed like an epic drama, an 18-year old Indian teen has yesterday threatened to blow up the Miami International Airport (MIA) in an attempt to avenge the stolen Bitcoin. The retaliatory move was supposedly a revenge attempt aimed towards FBI’s uncooperative stance to help him track down an American fraudster who duped him of $1,000 worth of Bitcoin on a popular online forum – and a news story that is making headlines on all crypto news sites today.
According to the reports on the local news outlet Hindustan Times, the unnamed 18-year old boy from the Northern state Uttar Pradesh had made several calls to the FBI to lodge a complaint about a Bitcoin deal that went awry. When the teen felt that he was not getting the support he expected, he called up Miami airport and threatened to blow it up.
The news outlet quoted Uttar Pradesh who is the director general of police (DGP) OP Singh and said that there were no plans to arrest or reveal the kid’s identity, claiming that he was “just 18 years and three months old.”
“Not satisfied with the FBI’s response to his predicament, he made “five calls to Miami airport authorities, threatening to attack the airport by barging into it equipped with an AK-47 assault rifle, grenades, and a suicide belt,” the DGP added.
The teenager, however, was charged under the Indian Penal Code and the IT Act which slapped him for impersonating someone else and for issuing threats against the Miami airport, while the IT Act slammed him for making calls over the Internet to foreign authorities.
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