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Building christmas trees out of the confiscated items to ” send an educational message to the passengers

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The Airport is a flat-screen cable tv shared an image of the tree in the vision, with the explanation that it was for the exclusive use of the prohibited items that were taken from passengers’ carry-on baggage at the security checkpoint.
(Lithuanian Airports)

Is an airport in Lithuania is getting ready to celebrate the holiday season with a wonderful display of a christmas tree made entirely from items taken from the passengers for security reasons. And it seems to be a lot of people don’t realize that they can’t bring scissors on a plane.

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The Airport is a flat-screen cable tv a shared image on linked in, to explain to them that the tree was the only banned items taken from passengers’ carry-on baggage at the security checkpoint, including knives, shears and scissors, knives, mock guns, bullet cases, and cigarette lighters, among other dangerous items.

The tree is recommended as knives, scissors and shears, knives, mock guns, bullet cases, and cigarette lighters, among other dangerous items.
(Lithuanian Airports)

The airport said it had shared photos of the unusual tree’s “send an educational message about the importance of the security of the aviation industry.”

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“So, if you do not want your personal, private, illicit, of his property to the land for our next year’s Christmas tree is better-take a look at the baggage requirements before you pack for your next flight,” the airport wrote.

The airport is said to be the tree, and it was meant to “send an educational message on the importance of the security of the aviation industry.”
(Lithuanian Airports)

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