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It may seem self-evident, but it is not to be explosives, or any devices that shoot the explosives on board an aircraft. Even if they are just replica’s, it’s still a bad idea.
The TSA has recently tweeted two photos of items that passengers tried to bring on planes with them. On the basis of the information, it does not appear that either of the travellers of the intended use of these items is not very good, but they were still very much against the rules.
On Saturday, a passenger at Newark Liberty International Airport, was caught with what appeared to be a grenade in his checked-in luggage. According to the TSA, the authorities were called and the man was removed from the flight. The explosives experts finally determined that it’s actually a very realistic replica of a grenade.
Of course, that sort of thing, if that’s not allowed on the aircraft.
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The TSA tweeted a photo of the object, with the caption, “The best way to pack on a few, it is not bad at all. The passenger at EWR airport had it in his checked bag on the day. TSA contacted the police, and the man from the airplane to the left. Explosives experts determined that it was a realistic replica, which is not allowed on the aircraft.
On Monday morning, TSA agents found a rocket launcher inside a checked bag at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. It wasn’t a replica.
Apparently, a passenger claimed that he was going to be the home of saudi arabia as a souvenir. In accordance with the TEMPERATURE of the Tweet, “TSA officers at BWI Airport and was detected with this missile launcher is in a checked bag, early in the morning. The man said that he was to bring from saudi arabia as a souvenir. Maybe he’s picked up a lot in the city!”
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Neither passenger was charged, despite the fact that both devices have been confiscated and will not be returned.