Remember joking about "cavity searches" after the "shoe bomber" muffed his attempt to detonate explosives formed into shoe soles...???" thought that was funny huh... well("SNAP"!) bend over air travel boy... LONDON, Sept. 28, 2009 Al Qaeda Bombers Learn from Drug Smugglers New Technique of Storing Bomb Materials Inside Body Cavity Nearly Kills a Saudi Prince Font size Print E-mail Share 192 Comments By Sheila MacVicar Storing Bombs Inside Bodies - CBS News Video Storing Bombs Inside Bodies - CBS News Video Video Storing Bombs Inside Bodies - CBS News Video Security officials are concerned over a tactic newly employed by al Qaeda. Sheila MacVicar reports suicide bombers are now storing explosives inside their bodies in order to avoid detection. Photo Suicide bomber Abdullah Asieri, avoided detection by two sets of airport security and palace security by smuggling a pound of high explosives, plus a detonator in his rectum. (CBS) Stories Pakistan Suicide Bombs Kill 16, Wound 150 Terrorism Mastermind Noordin Top Killed (CBS) <!-- sphereit start--> Al Qaeda has developed a new tactic that allows suicide bombers to breach even the tightest security, as CBS News correspondent Sheila MacVicar reports. Inside a Saudi palace, the scene was the bloody aftermath of an al Qaeda attack in August aimed at killing Prince Mohammed Bin Nayef, head of Saudi Arabia's counter terrorism operations. To get his bomb into this room, Abdullah Asieri, one of Saudi Arabia's most wanted men, avoided detection by two sets of airport security including metal detectors and palace security. He spent 30 hours in the close company of the prince's own secret service agents - all without anyone suspecting a thing. How did he do it? Taking a trick from the narcotics trade - which has long smuggled drugs in body cavities - Asieri had a pound of high explosives, plus a detonator inserted in his rectum. This was a meticulously planned operation with al Qaeda once again producing something new: this time, the Trojan bomber. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/09/28/eveningnews/main5347847.shtml Time for new "backscatter x-ray machine screening in the airports??