You might have heard Los Angeles International Airport was shut down Sunday night over reports of an active shooter. That turned out be a false alarm.
The truth turned out to be even stranger. A man dressed as Zorro, complete with a fake sword, was found strolling through Terminal 7 right before the alarms went off.
Police didn't identify the man, who says he dresses as Zorro often on Hollywood Boulevard.
He didn't cause any damage, but the panic did delay almost 300 flights, KTLA reports.
The year is 2016 and a man dressed as Zorro just shut down one of our country's major airports with a plastic sword— Noelle Stevenson (@Gingerhazing) August 29, 2016
This is pretty much our reaction.
Report of shooting at LAX proven to be LOUD NOISES only No Shots Fired No Injuries investigation continues to locate source— Andy Neiman (@LAPDNeiman) August 29, 2016
It turns out the reports came in because someone in LAX heard a "loud noise."
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