"There was a suspicious package, kicking, making noise, vibrating — they got concerned," said Cambridge Police spokesman Frank Pasquerello. "We had to take the certain precautions."
Was it a bomb? A baby? A "personal massager"? Nope, just a battery-powered nose hair trimmer that had switched on during transit. Postal workers advise leaving the batteries out whenever shipping electronics, so the next time you send a nose hair trimmer to a loved one, you know what to do.