A Florida man's failure to password-protect his wi-fi really blew up in his face -- after one of his neighbors decided to use the network to threaten to blow up government buildings.
Walter Haider was shocked when investigators showed up at his home to question him about the series of violent messages sent through his system, but the authorities soon figured out their real source -- Terrence Upham, who had parked outside to use the wide-open wi-fi. Upham referred to bombs, which didn't exist, his hatred of America and his dislike of many, many racial minorities in the barrage of posts.
While no explosives were found at Upham's home, cops did find a sizeable store of meth, which earned him a trip to the county jail -- where he probably won't have access to free wi-fi. (WFTS)