It's good to be reminded that the ability of the media and bureaucrats to get trolled by the simplest of things is a global phenomenon and not limited to your local area.
For example, the Media-Government Complex in Dubai went into a full-scale Code Brown alert over internet pictures of Nutella spread loaded into syringes. If anybody involved had stopped to think about the dynamics of this* for a moment, they would have realized that you'd either need a 2-ton hydraulic press to operate the plunger or a needle like an angle-cut piece of galvanized fence post to make such a thing even plausible, but why let common sense get in the way of a fit of shrieking pearl-clutchery?
Watch out for cell phone guns! (This email warning still circulates the web like a digital Marie Céleste and occasionally finds its way to the filler pages of a local newspaper or a police station bulletin board, despite nobody having seen a cell phone that looks like that in the wild since The X-Files was still on the air.)
*...and if you turn any newspaper office or radio or television studio upside down and shake it, you'll be ankle-deep in people with personal experience with syringes.