Tourists have reportedly revealed just how easy it is fro terrorist sect, ISIS, could easily smuggle bombs through Sharm airport due to employee negligence.
Tourists expose how ISIS may have smuggled a bomb through Sharm airport
Guards at Sharm el-Sheikh airport in Egypt, have been revealed to still take cash from tourists to help them skip security despite evidence an ISIS bomb was smuggled in by terrorists.
According to Mailonline, one holidaymaker handed over 150 Jordanian Dinars (£13) after an official walked along asking tourists if they wanted to avoid the queues at Sharm el-Sheikh airport today.
Egyptian security staff have also been seen, engrossed in their phones playing Candy Crush, smoking and even sleeping when they were meant to be scanning bags.
British spies believe lax security allowed an ISIS bomb to be smuggled into the hold of the Russian airline brought down on Saturday killing 224 people.
Britons travelling through Sharm el-Sheikh airport further confirmed the situation, saying that they had been able to pay guards £15 to jump security without their bags being checked.
Tourists say officials approached them as they queued for security and asked if they wanted to just walk through for cash.
The Britons say after handing over the money, they were taken from snaking queues and allowed to bypass electronic body and bag scanners.
British spies are to interrogate Egyptian baggage handlers after intercepted intelligence pointed to an ISIS mole smuggling a bomb into the hold of the doomed Russian jet.
Hundreds of other passengers have spoken of their own shock at the appalling lack of security they faced when travelling through Egypt's third busiest airport.
Others said they were nonchalantly waved through body scanners by guards who were 'more interested in smoking cigarettes or eating their dinner' just 24 hours before the doomed Metrojet plane came down.
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