Proof we're either all too sensitive or that Australia is missing out on important film milestones? A man boarded a Qantas flight wearing a t-shirt saying, "My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die," - only one of the most quoted lines from the very quotable The Princess Bride - and sent the plane into a tizzy. You see, a few passengers freaked out about it being a terrorist threat... and it sounds like no one would accept that this was just a quote from a movie.
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Were the passengers too sensitive or was the t-shirt wearer in the wrong for wearing the shirt while traveling?