Just a small sample of dangerous tools and weapons that are banned from being carried on to planes by passengers.
Hairspray. Drill bits. Tin metal sheers. Baseball bats. Hammers. Cordless Drills. These are just a fraction of items that are banned from carry-ons on airplanes these days. Yet, they’re all items that have been found on passengers at Lambert and ultimately confiscated in the name of aviation safety. More obvious weapons like guns, knives and brass nuckles have also been confiscated at Lambert and other airports nationwide. The TSA put the items on display this week for a news conference on the upcoming holiday travel season. Lambert, the TSA and our airlines shared information and tips to help the public prepare for security measures, longer lines and more people through the Thanksgiving weekend.
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