TSA finds 'Satan's fidget spinner' in carry-on bag

- The TSA has found some strange and potentially dangerous things packed away in travelers' luggage. While some items are allowed in checked luggage, they may not be allowed in carry-on luggage. Fireworks, live grenades, and bejeweled stun guns have been found in carry-on luggage.

Recently, the TSA shared this picture of a throwing star found on a carry-on baggage that was deemed "Satan's fidget spinner."  "While normal #FidgetSpinners are permitted, this one is a weapon," the TSA wrote.

 

Earlier this week, this ornate weapon was also discovered in a carry-on bag. "This weapon will not only help you defend yourself against Orcs, but it also allows you to butter two slices of toast at the same time!" the TSA wrote.

 

Not sure what you can and can't bring on a flight? While you can find travel guidelines on the TSA website, the TSA is making it easier by answering specific questions sent to them at the @AskTSA Twitter page. All you have to do is tweet a photo of the item in question or send it via Facebook Messanger.

The TSA shared some of the objects in question, answered with a dose of humor, on their Instagram page.

 

Yes, you can take these on your flight, and now that you have all seven, you can call forth the Eternal Dragon and make a wish! - This is a screenshot of a tweet sent to the @AskTSA account on Twitter. Have you ever wondered whether or not you can pack a certain item? Fret no more! Now you can simply snap a picture and tweet it to @AskTSA or send it via Facebook Messenger and our team will get back to you promptly with an answer. 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. And that's not all. Contact us about any TSA related issue or question you might have. We can even help you with TSA Pre✓® issues. We look forward to answering your questions, 8am-10pm ET weekdays; 9am-7pm weekends/holidays. #AskTSA #TSATravelTips #DragonBalls

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This is a perfect example of how to do it as long as the bottles are 3.4 oz. or less and the bag can be sealed. Each traveler is permitted to carry-on one sealable bag. Sorry, but unfortunately, drinking these at the gate or on the plane is not permitted. Rules are rules... - This is a screenshot of a tweet sent to the @AskTSA account on Twitter. Have you ever wondered whether or not you can pack a certain item? Fret no more! Now you can simply snap a picture and tweet it to @AskTSA or send it via Facebook Messenger and our team will get back to you promptly with an answer. 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. And that's not all. Contact us about any TSA related issue or question you might have. We can even help you with TSA Pre✓® issues. We look forward to answering your questions, 8am-10pm ET weekdays; 9am-7pm weekends/holidays. #AskTSA #TSATravelTips

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Some might find this nanner knife appealing. I’m guessing you have a bunch of them? Yes, you can take bananas on the plane. This is a screenshot of a tweet sent to the @AskTSA account on Twitter. Have you ever wondered whether or not you can pack a certain item? Fret no more! Now you can simply snap a picture and tweet it to @AskTSA or send it via Facebook Messenger and our team will get back to you promptly with an answer. 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. And that's not all. Contact us about any TSA related issue or question you might have. We can even help you with TSA Pre✓® issues. We look forward to answering your questions, 8am-10pm ET weekdays; 9am-7pm weekends/holidays. #AskTSA #TSATravelTips

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Stay safe and happy travels!

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