Man Who Made Airport Bomb Joke on Twitter Finally Found Innocent

Thank goodness for common sense. Paul Chambers, the man who joked he would blow-up an airport if it didn't get its act together and actually work properly, has been cleared of his conviction from back in 2010 by the High Court in London. Obvious-Twitter-joking can now recommence. » 7/27/12 8:40am 7/27/12 8:40am

Tweeters Risk the Law by Retweeting Same Message That Found a Man Guilty

Following Paul Chambers' guilty verdict yesterday over a joke tweet where he "threatened" to blow up a British airport, tweeters have rallied together, tweeting the offending message with the hashtag #IAmSpartacus. Will the police arrest them all? [Twitter via TechRadar] » 11/12/10 7:30am 11/12/10 7:30am

Twitter Joker Found Guilty After Harmless Tweet About Airport

After tweeting his frustration back in January over a closed airport (obviously joking when he said he'd be "blowing the airport sky high"), Irish Paul Chambers has been found guilty in what's been dubbed the #TwitterJokeTrial. [@davidallengreen and @mswainwright] » 11/11/10 11:19am 11/11/10 11:19am

Frustrated Passenger Gets Arrested for Tweeting Airport Bomb Threat

Meet Paul Chambers. Like thousands of frustrated passengers, this British finance supervisor thought he wouldn't be able to travel because of the snow. So frustrated, in fact, that he tweeted an obviously exaggerated threat that got him into jail. » 1/18/10 10:29am 1/18/10 10:29am