There was a harrowing close call at Philadelphia International Airport on Sunday morning when a handgun found in a flight attendant's purse was accidentally discharged. Republic Airlines flight attendant Jaclyn Luby was carrying a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson in her purse as she passed through security at the airport around 6:30 a.m. A TSA screener caught it, and Luby, who has a concealed weapons permit, said she simply forgot it was there. Then it went off.

ABC reports that a Philadelphia police officer was trying to unload the .38 when it accidentally fired a round into the wall. The bullet went into a TSA break room where an employee was sitting, according to NBC, but fortunately there were no injuries—aside from the reputation of the cop who accidentally fired it and who will henceforth be known as Barney Fife to his colleagues.

Luby was charged with disorderly conduct and released. Told of the incident, one traveler asked "Why would a flight attendant bring a gun?" Well, as we learned last week, sometimes flight attendants just don't get along.