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An airline passenger has been identified as “emerging military arms collector,” is, hopefully, a lesson learned, don’t throw any hand grenades, bayonets, or knives in their carry-on, and the next time they’re on the way to the airport.
On Wednesday, reports surfaced of an unnamed military memorabilia enthusiast trying to pass a security checkpoint at the Airport in Detroit last month only for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials at one of the weapons in tow.
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The agents which are described on the individual, as an “emerging military arms collector”, who, apparently, had not been considered in the review of the TSA’s prohibited items list when packing your things, according to the MLive.com. The person who allegedly stuffed their carry-on backpack with an empty grenade, bayonet, and a fixed-blade knife.
The incident occurred on Oct. 12, according to a news release from the TSA.
“The emerging military arms collector,” I tried to pass through security with an empty shell, with a bayonet, and a fixed-blade knife.
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After making the discovery, TSA officers shut down the checkpoint for about 25 minutes, but the explosives specialists examined the items.
A spokesman for the agency, will not immediately be available to provide further comment on the story.
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Across the country, the TSA-screened to 65 million passengers a year and found out of 374 firearms in carry-on between Oct. 7 Nov. 3.
The laws with regard to firearm possession vary by state, but the TSA can impose civil penalties of up to $13,333 per violation for anyone caught trying to bring firearms or other prohibited items on board the aircraft.