And in 2006, a 29-year-old man carrying a grenade-shaped item preferred to fib to TSA agents and say it was a bomb rather than admit in front of his mother that it was a part to a sexual enhancement device.
downed an entire liter of vodka after being told he'd have to throw it away or pay to check it. While he didn't make the flight, he did get a personal tour of the local hospital, where he spent a few days recovering from alcohol poisoning.
A pair of ultra-chic Christian Louboutin spiked shoes owned by music producer and performer Taz Arnold raised eyebrows when they went through an X-ray machine at Dulles International Airport last January. They were ultimately let through — as were Lady Gaga's handcuffs, at Los Angeles International Airport in 2010.Yet in 2008, a traveler at Heathrow International Airport wasn't allowed to board a flight until he changed T-shirts. The offensive image emblazoned on his chest? A gun-toting character from the animated TV show and film "Transformers."While we admit that a grown man should have better fashion sense, since when did TSA agents turn into the "Project Runway" judges?
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