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Gun-Shaped Shoes Not Allowed Through TSA Checkpoint


Even if you’re headed to a hoe-down out west, your shoes may not be able to accompany you. What’s on your feet?

The Transportation Safety Administration recently refused to allow a woman to board a plane at the airport in Baltimore because her shoes were shaped like revolvers and pistol belts.

Though the heels, which were shaped like revolvers, did not function as a firearm, the lady was not allowed to board the plane. She also ran into trouble with her gun-related jewelry.

The lady did try to return to the airline counter to check the shoes and bracelets, but she was too late. She ended up leaving them at the check point in order to board her plane.

Thankfully, they were in her carry-on baggage and not on her feet. Although, the next time you see a barefoot traveler at the airport, you may want to ask about their security check.



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Gun-Shaped Shoes Not Allowed Through TSA Checkpoint