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Thursday, December 24, 2015

There's Contraband In These Airport Baggage X-Rays, Can You Find It_ (16 pics)

The TSA has a tough job. They spend their days searching for contraband in luggage at airports in an effort to keep the public safe. But the job sounds a lot easier than it actually is and sometimes contraband slips through the security checkpoints. Test your skills and see if you have what it takes to spot the contraband in these x-ray scans.

Can you spot the contraband in this x-ray?
Pliers, like screwdrivers and wrenches, aren't allowed in carry-on baggage in the US, unless they're under seven inches in length.

Can you spot the contraband in this x-ray? Simulscan

This is just a toy gun, but the TSA bans "realistic replicas of firearms" in carry-on bags.

Can you spot the contraband in this x-ray?

Remember, no more than 3.4 ounces of liquids or gels per container. This is a jar of body cream.

Can you spot the contraband in this x-ray?

This knife should be pretty easy to spot.

Can you spot the contraband in this x-ray?

Along with "cutting and thrusting weapons," the TSA bans pocket knives.

Can you spot the contraband in this x-ray?

You can just see the handle of this gun.

Can you spot the contraband in this x-ray?

Knives aren't allowed, "except for plastic or round bladed butter knives." This is neither.

Can you spot the contraband in this x-ray?

Sorry, no aerosol cans of hairspray allowed.


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