Kontrola u zračnoj luci otkrila najbizarnije predmete koje su zaplijenili

Gitara u obliku poluautomatske puške, rukavica u stilu Freddyja Kruegera, ogromne ceremonijalne škare… samo su neke od stvari koje je američka Putna sigurnosna agencija (TSA) zaplijenila u zračnim lukama.

TSA je u međunarodnoj zračnoj luci Dulles, izvan Washingtona, izložio najčudnije stvari koje su putnicima pronašli u prtljazi, u čast Curtisa “Boba” Burnsa, bivšeg direktora društvenih medija TSA koji je nedavno umro u dobi od 48 godina, piše New York Post.

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Ah, the Golden Age of Cinema! A time when legends worked both in front of and behind the camera to create cinematic classics. Just mention a few of those iconic films… Citizen Kane, Lawrence of Arabia, Howard the Duck… and we're ready to stock up on popcorn and Junior Mints! … This traveler was obviously a fan of two cinematic genres – cowboy westerns and samurai movies — and decided to pack accordingly for a flight from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. … Needless to say, this double-feature of replica guns and sword should NOT be walking the red carpet in a carry-on bag. So if your directorial debut requires faux weaponry, make sure to place them all in your checked luggage. … #travel #traveling #traveler #airport #traveltips #aviationlife #martialarts #dfwairport

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Burns je stekao veliki broj pratitelja za objavljivanje bizarnih predmeta uz humoristične opise te je tijekom godina prikupio milijune lajkova. Službenu stranicu TSA samo na Instagramu prati više od 985 tisuća ljudi.

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Valentine's Day is a wonderful time to remind that special someone how you feel. A romantic card is a lovely thought, as are flowers and candy. Or perhaps jewelry is a more appropriate sign of your strong affection. … Alternatively, you could take a lesson from a passenger at Colorado Springs Airport (COS) and give your sweetheart a big ol' bag of martial arts weapons! This carry-on goody bag, presented to our TSA officers at the security checkpoint, included an ax, throwing star, double-edged dagger, and machete. Safe travels, you romantic fool! … Remember, martial arts weapons are prohibited from being carried through the security checkpoint and onto a flight. Save yourself the hassle of additional screening by placing them in your checked bags. … #travel #traveling #traveler #airport #traveltips #aviationlife #valentinesday #martialarts

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S Burnsom na čelu, Instagram račun agencije dobio je tri Webby nagrade – za izvrsnost na internetu.

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Yes, you may pack your brick in a checked bag, but please leave your mortar at home. … Excuse us while we play with words. And yes, people have packed mortars and inert mortar shells in the past. But that’s enough talk about bricks and mortars! Read below about our fantabulous AskTSA team. They’re standing by to answer your questions! … This picture is a screenshot of a tweet that was sent to our 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. … Check out our new EXTENDED HOURS! The team looks forward to answering your questions, 8am-10pm on weekdays, and 9am-7pm on weekends and holidays . #AskTSA #TSATravelTips #TSA … #RandomQoute – “The ships hung in the sky in much the same way that bricks don't.” ~ Douglas Adams … #TSA #AskTSA #42

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Sigurno je opet spavati u Ulici brijestova, našalio se kad je zaplijenjena “Freddy Krueger” rukavica u Atlanti prošle godine.

Na blogu agencije objavljivao je tjedne izvještaje o broju zaplijenjenih vatrenih oružja, noževa i drugih predmeta koje su putnici ugurali u torbe, džepove ili aktovke.

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We know it didn’t go down this way, but we’d like to imagine that the groom lobbed these inert well-dressed grenades over his shoulder to his groomsmen, just as bouquets are tossed to bridesmaids. We could see a conversation going something like this. … Chad: “I was so close to catching one, bruh.” … Randy: “Whatever, Chad! Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. Oh wait…” … Randy & Chad: “Hahahahaha! Bruh…” … OK, back to the real world. These dapper inert grenades were wedding gifts for groomsmen. They were discovered in a checked bag at the Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). … When our officers spot a potential explosive on the monitor, they cannot just open the bag and take a looksee to find out if it’s real or not. A TSA explosives specialist or a police department bomb squad must respond before the bag is ever opened. This can lead to costly evacuations, delays, and missed flights. These types of items can also lead to hefty fines and arrest. Contact your preferred shipper about your options, because they can’t travel via commercial aircraft. So even though they aren’t real, they can cause a lot of headaches.

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Burns je služio u Zaljevskom ratu i radio je u zračnoj luci prije nego je preuzeo taj posao. Medijska prisutnost TSA na društvenim mrežama sad služi kao uzor drugim državnim agencijama.

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Knives and guns are not allowed in carry-on bags. From May 28th – June 3rd, 97 people packed firearms in their carry-on bags. Follow the link in our profile and head on over to the TSA blog for more details on all 97 firearms. tsa.gov/blog … While firearms are prohibited in carry-on bags, you can pack them in your checked baggage as long as you meet the packing guidelines at TSA.gov. Some airlines policies may differ from TSA’s. We strongly suggest travelers contact their airline for specific firearm and ammunition policies and to check local laws related to the carrying and transport of firearms. … As a refresher, carry-on bags go into the cabin of the plane with you. Checked bags go into the cargo hold of the plane where passengers have no access. … Please note that conceal carry permits do not apply to commercial aircraft. … When firearms are discovered at the checkpoint, we contact law enforcement and they decide what happens based on background checks, interviews and local laws. … A firearm at the checkpoint could lead to fines, arrests, missed flights or all of the above. As far as what happens to confiscated firearms, that's up to each local police department.

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Kako ćemo zamijeniti Boba? Bit će teško, rekao je David Johnston koji je došao na njegovu poziciju, prenosi Index.hr.

Kad gledate njegove objave, vidite prozor u njegovu dušu. Zbilja je bilo iz srca, bio je zabavan i sretan tip.

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TSA officers discovered 71 firearms last week in carry-on bags around the nation between March 12th and 18th. Of the 71 firearms discovered, 66 were loaded and 29 had a round chambered. Click on the link in our profile to visit our blog and read more details about the firearms that were discovered. … While firearms are prohibited in carry-on bags, you can pack them in your checked baggage as long as you meet the packing guidelines at TSA.gov … As a refresher, carry-on bags go into the cabin of the plane with you. Checked bags go into the cargo hold of the plane where passengers have no access. … When firearms are discovered at the checkpoint, we contact law enforcement and they decide what happens based on background checks, interviews and local laws. … A firearm at the checkpoint could lead to fines, arrests, missed flights or all of the above. As far as what happens to confiscated firearms, that's up to each local police department.

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Bio je jedintven, no još uvijek možemo biti zabavni i pomoći ljudima, dodao je.

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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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Happy Throwback Thursday! Today’s picture dates back to 2014 when a traveler tried to bring a chainsaw through the checkpoint at the Albany International Airport (ALB). We’re not exactly sure why. Zombie defense, perhaps? Lumberjack goals? … What we can tell you is that chainsaws are not permitted in carry-on bags. They may only be packed as a checked item as long as there’s no trace of fuel or fumes. If any trace of fuel is detected, the chainsaw will be treated as hazmat and will not be permitted to fly. It’s best to contact your airline prior to your flight if you’d like to travel with your chainsaw. … Wondering what’s up with the officer in the photo? That’s not #Leatherface, that’s Supervisory Transportation Security Officer Ron Babbit! He’s displaying the chainsaw at a media event where a TSA spokesperson explained to reporters what can and can’t be brought through TSA checkpoints. … When prohibited items are discovered, our officers give travelers several options so they can keep their item. As long as the item isn’t illegal (think guns and explosives), our officer will ask if you would like to take the item outside of the checkpoint and check it, ship it, take it to your car, or hand it off to a friend or family member who isn’t traveling. … If the traveler can’t take advantage of any of the options, the item is surrendered to TSA. A popular misconception is that TSA officers get to keep these items. That’s not true. In fact, keeping a prohibited item is a zero tolerance offense. … Prohibited items are usually transferred to another federal agency without reimbursement, donated or abandoned or destroyed. Typically the items are donated to state surplus agencies for their disposal (typically sale), in which case the state keeps any profit from sales of those items. You may want to check with the  surplus agency in your state: bit.ly/gsapropertyforsale … #RandomThought – It could be argued that chainsaws are cutting edge technology. … #TBT #TSA

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