From the “What the whaaaaaaaat?!” file comes a story that sounds like it was ripped from the pages of a James Bond script.
According to Reuters, the Egyptian coast guard picked up a trio of evil-doers in diving gear who were attempting to cut through an undersea cable that connects the
region to the internet. The cable is owned by Egypt Telecom, the only provider of such services in the area.
According to a spokesman, “the armed forces foiled an attempt and arrested three divers while they were cutting a submarine cable.”
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