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Chrissy Teigen wasn’t quite sure whether or not she would be able to do that is to have a container of orange juice by the airport security on a recent flight, and it took up to Twitter to read it to her 11 million followers about whether or not they thought that they would be able to bring the sauce up to the high heavens.
Funny, it’s a model, a cookbook author and a tv presenter to be able to pass the juice through a foreign Transportation Security Administration (TSA) loophole in the law, which is the sweet potato.
“Let’s play” a cool sauce with a TSA-approved [?]” the Teigen said on Twitter on the 25th of June. The 33-year-old social media personality shared a video of a woman, has been identified by Travel + Leisure as an assistant, and shook it around in a container of chilled orange juice.
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For the sauce, in particular, will not budge an inch, even when the woman is cut off and the container turned upside down.
“This is not orange, we’re trying to get it on the same level, what do you guys think?” Teigen asked, in the background, in the 13-second video clip that has been viewed over 853,000 go on-line. Is it a liquid or a gel, or the juice in a solid form?”
Commenters, however, do not be shy to share their cheekiest thoughts on the matter.
“Just store it in a diaper. They won’t dare touch you,” one user smirked.
“I have a feeling that this is a definite no, but it might be for Chrissy Teigen, it’ll be good,” said one of the others.
“IDK, but why do you have a lot of cold orange juice?” one asked.
Teigen quickly reported to be cold, orange juice was, in fact, been authorized by the TSA “, if you mix it with the mashed potatoes.” The mother-of-two, followed by a drop in video quality from one of the other assistant, the mixing of the sauce into a plastic container and filled it with the mashed potatoes.
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“I think I forgot to tell you about the potatoes,” Teigen joked.
“The sauce is a copycat Popeye’s Cajun sauce that I found online. Ground beef and pork and lots of spices. You should bring it with you!!!!!” she added to it.
It is not clear at the moment what with the airport and the staff was for the travel by.
However, a representative for the TSA has now confirmed that Teigen was technically allowed, for the carriage of the gravy with the potatoes in accordance with official policy.
“The general rule of thumb is that if you can spill it, spread it, spray it, pump it or pour it, then it would have to go in a checked bag,” TSA spokeswoman Jenny Burke told USA TODAY. “Liquids in hand luggage must conform to the 3-1-1 liquids rule. If a traveler has any questions, please contact @AskTSA (on Twitter) or check out our online data base.”
The TSA story is not the first time that the “Bring the Funny” to court, pictured, have won the laughs and for the documentation of her travel woes on social media.
The TSA story is not the first time that the “Bring the fun right to have won the laughs and for the documentation of her travel woes on social media.
In December 2017, Teigen burst of fans with the painful story of her flight into nowhere” with her husband, John Legend. Months later, the comic will be thrilled with the Internet, where they are able to make a success of an “emotional support, cooking pot,” due to the safety and security of the airport.
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