By Josh Rottenberg
Updated June 03, 2009 at 12:00 PM EDT

Police in Syracuse, NY cleared a downtown square after a suspicious Sex and the City trivia game was spotted near the base of a Civil War monument, according to the Syracuse Post-Standard. Despite initial fears that the metal box might hold a bomb, police determined that it did, in fact, contain fluorescent pink cards and other game pieces from the Sex and the City trivia game, and the square was reopened to the public.