This is yet another incident which proves you can't go leaving bags in public places without people thinking the worst. On Wednesday morning in The Netherlands' Leiden railway station a plastic bag
with a camera affixed to the outside of the bag was discovered hanging from a support beam in the station.
Passengers alerted railway officials and the station was evacuated until the bag
could be checked by explosives experts. No explosives were found.
The advertising agency, whose name is not being released but is reported to do work for the country's train company, NS,
was apparently given permission to hang the bag in the station for a project. It seems the agency had permission to do so, but neither police or railway officials were made aware of the permission.
An NS Spokeswoman said: “For us, it is still vague. We will now talk directly with the company, because we also do not know why that camera was placed there, and why they used a
garbage bag. Many questions remain."