Stun Guns and Grenades At Canada
While it not uncommon to see bottles of liquid larger than the permitted 100 ml or pocket knives in passengers carry on bags, some other discoveries were real head scratchers.
Lots of people travel with lucky charms. For some it a rabbit foot, for others a horseshoe and in the case of one Whitehorse passenger, a knife. An alarm at the metal detector led screening officers to search the passenger shoe, revealing a knife concealed in the sole. The passenger told screening officers the knife was there for good luck, which turned into bad luck when the knife was intercepted.
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A passenger at the Vancouver International Airport clearly thought 22 was the answer, which screening officers discovered when they found almost two dozen of them in his bag, along with eight brass knuckles and four fireworks. The items were confiscated by police and the passenger was arrested.
At Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, a World War II aficionado travel plans were halted after the x ray identified what looked like a grenade. A subsequent search and police intervention found that the item was a replica of a World War II grenade. Not surprisingly, explosives and replicas thereof are not allowed onboard.
Screening officers in Vancouver made a su timberland boots for men rprising discovery when a passenger went through the metal detector: a six inch hunting knife. But that not all. In the course of the search, they also found 30 grams of marijuana and a retractable steel baton. Police were called and the passenger was arrested.
Because you never know when you next need your stun gun, a Toronto timberland boots for men Pearson passenger decided to bring his personal protection device in his carry on bag. When the shape of a gun was observed at the x ray, screening officers inspected the bag and found a prohibited stun gun. Stun guns are not only banned from aircraft but also illegal to possess under Canada Criminal Code.
A passenger set off the alarm when he walked through the metal detector at Toronto Pearson International Airport. Screening officers subsequently found multiple rolls of coins in the waistband of his pants. Coins are allowed in carry on bags so hopefully the passenger realized it a more timberland boots for men comfortable way to stash his cash.