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7 самых странных вещей, которые TSA нашли в багаже в прошлом году

К счастью для нас, не все соблюдают правила, и есть возможность немного посмеяться лучшим худшим находкам 2018 года.

Администрация транспортной безопасности (TSA) держит нас в курсе того, что происходит во время обыска чемоданов со странной начинкой, и делает это в элегантным способом, через Instagram.

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И да … это шокирует, что некоторые думают, что в ручную кладь на борт самолета разрешено брать с собой змею или приодетую гранату. Вот семь самых странных вещей TSA, найденных в багаже прошлого года.

1. Питон в жестком диске

Ему еще и повезло, натянули колготы!

2. Рука Фредди Крюгера

Если вам такая штука крайне необходима, обязательно сдайте в багаж!

3. Свадебные тематические ручные гранаты

Как говорится, пока не разлучит .. И хотя оружие игрушечное, все равно не играйте с такими вещами, особенно, если планируете путешествовать самолетом.

4. Наркотики, и еще с ножом в паре

Очевидно, вы не должны вообще паковать наркотики. Но если же уже собрались везти контрабанду, говорит TSA, по крайней мере, не пакуйте ее с ножом в ручной клади!

5. Церемониальные ножницы

Это большой вопрос, зачем тянуть это на борт самолета :)?

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If you think these scissors will cut your travel time through the checkpoint, you’ve got the wrong idea. … Please don’t get snippy when our officers tell you that you can’t pack these ginormous ceremonial ribbon cutting scissors in your carry-on. … These were discovered in a carry-on bag at the Nashville International Airport (BNA). And it wasn’t by “shear” luck that our officers discovered them. They’re huge. To paraphrase Douglas Adams, these scissors were big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big they were. … However, scroll to the next picture and you’ll see a run of the mill regular pair of sewing scissors. These are allowed. At one point, all scissors were prohibited, but for the last 10-years or so, scissors have been permitted as long as they are no longer than 4-inches from the fulcrum. This picture is a screenshot of a tweet that was sent to our AskTSA team. … Speaking of the AskTSA team, have you ever wondered whether or not you can pack a certain item? If you're a regular follower of this account, I'm sure you can think of many situations where it would have behooved somebody to send us a picture first. Well, fret no more! Now you can do just that! … Simply snap a picture and tweet it to AskTSA (twitter.com/asktsa), or send it via Facebook Messenger (facebook.com/asktsa) and our team will get back to you promptly with an answer. … And that's not all! Contact the team about any TSA related issue or question you might have. They can even help you if you don’t see TSA Pre✓® on your boarding pass. … The team looks forward to answering your questions, 9am-7pm daily. #AskTSA #TSATravelTips #TSA … #PSA – While it’s ok to pack scissors, you should never, ever run with them.

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6. Камни для виски в форме пуль

Несмотря на то, что огнестрельное оружие и боеприпасы могут быть упакованы в багаж (при определенных обстоятельствах и наличии разрешений), они остаются огромным ни-ни для ручной клади. Даже предметы, напоминающие боеприпасы — подобные камней виски, не допускаются.

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What you see here are bullet-shaped whiskey stones. Once chilled, they keep your whiskey cold without watering it down as ice cubes would. Anyhoo, whiskey stones are fine to pack in carry-on bags, but not when they look like live bullets. To bring them on a trip, you’d have to bite the bullet and pack them in a checked bag. These were discovered recently in a carry-on bag at the Lewiston–Nez Perce County Airport (LWS) in Idaho. … These of course are not dangerous, and we’re not posting them to try and say we saved the day by finding them. This is just an attempt to pass along a friendly travel tip so others don’t make the same mistake. … While we’re talking about friendly travel tips, here’s the scoop on traveling with ammo. This info could really help you dodge a bullet. … Small arms ammunition (In checked bags only), including ammunition not exceeding .75 caliber and shotgun shells of any gauge must be securely boxed or included within a hard-sided case containing an unloaded firearm. … As far as empty shell casings, they’re allowed through the checkpoint as long as the projectile is no longer intact, and the primer has been removed or has been discharged. … If a bullet has no gun powder, yet still has the projectile attached, it is considered a replica and is not allowed in carry-on bags. These are common on necklaces and keychains. They need to be packed in checked baggage. … #RandomThought – Too much whiskey can lead to shooting your mouth off, so it could be said that you’d be dodging a bullet by drinking in moderation. … #tsa #lws

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7. Кошка!

Мы бы хотели увидеть, как ее «паковали». Но серьезно, это же живое существо!

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An Erie International Airport (ERI) TSA Officer let the cat out of the bag this week. Literally. And the cat’s name is Slim. Slim’s owners packed her in their checked bag. While this could have been extremely dangerous for the 6-month old cat, Slim is just fine and is currently residing under the care of the Humane Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania. … No worries though if you’d like to travel with your pets. Here’s how! … Checkpoint Screening: … Check with your airline first to inquire about any fees and policies. … Your pet will need to be screened via checkpoint screening if it’s traveling with you in the cabin of the plane. … We do not X-ray pets. However, there have been many occasions where passengers have assumed their pet needed to go through the X-ray. You can imagine the surprise of the X-ray operator when they see Fluffy’s skeleton roll across their monitor. It is not an unusual occurrence. Your pet will need to come out of its carrier, so it is a good idea to know how your pet will react. Many a cat has gone into a feline frenzy after being removed from its carrier. An angry cat is never a good thing. … Even if your travel is “off the leash,” you should strongly consider keeping your pet on a leash. The checkpoint is a noisy environment that can cause your pet to flee at its first opportunity. This happens with humans occasionally as well. Your pet can be carried through the walk through metal detector or walked through on leash. If your pet triggers an alarm, one of our officers will have to take a closer look. Pets are not screened with the body scanners. … Checked Baggage: … If your pet is traveling in a kennel, your airline will arrange for a TSA Officer to screen the kennel. Officers will need to inspect your kennel/carrier for prohibited items with you present. Sometimes this can be done visually, but it’s good to have a leash handy in case the officer asks you to remove your pet from the carrier.

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И помните, соблюдайте правила перелетов и здравого смысла, когда пакуете чемоданы!

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