Recent changes to the Transportation Security Administration’s screening guidelines for airport security checkpoints have been raising a lot of eyebrows. One man’s attempt to express his displeasure at these measures also raised some eyebrows for all the wrong reasons.
Robert Sayegh wanted to know why it was taking so long for his Atlantic Southeast Airlines flight from Detroit to Newark to get off the runway.
So he made a general inquiry as to the plane’s grounded nature that admittedly contained R-rated language.
Security at London’s Gatwick airport have deemed the three-inch rifle that came with a toy solider a “firearm” that is too dangerous to take on a flight.
Ken Lloyd, a Canadian, was flying home with a military figurine he had bought from a museum gift shop in his carry-on bag.