SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - An airline passenger with the words "suicide bomber" written in his journal was arrested when his plane arrived in San Jose, California, on Wednesday, but the words appeared to refer to music and he was later released, officials said. "A male was observed by his fellow passengers as having a journal and handwritten on the journal were the words 'suicide bomber,'" FBI spokeswoman LaRae Quy said. "That, combined with the fact that he was clutching a backpack, and then finally he was acting a little suspiciously" prompted law enforcement to act. Authorities boarded the plane and detained the man on the Frontier Airlines plane on charges of being under the influence of drugs or alcohol. But the words "suicide bomber" in his journal appeared related to music, the FBI spokeswoman said. "Preliminary, what we believe is that that was the name of either a band or a song," Quy said. San Jose police later released the 36-year-old San Jose area man and did not charge him with any crime, a police spokeswoman said. So, they arrest the guy on charges of being drunk or high - even though they have no evidence of such - because they were tipped off by fellow passengers - though we don't know how they actually got tipped off - and then they release the guy? I don't know, but to me it seems like a rather stupid idea to try and arrest a guy who is clutching onto a backpack, with "suicide bomber" written all over his note-book. If he hasn't detonated it on the flight, you can sure as hell bet that he'll do it when he sees the hire-a-cop's coming! Yay for false accusations!