Joel Katz

Joel Katz

Joel Katz

Miami International Airport, security screening sign. (Photo by: Jeffrey Greenberg/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

As we shared with you earlier this week a woman tried to sneak her emotional support boa constrictor onto an airplane. According to CBS, the Transportation Security Administration at Tampa International Airport no snakes were permitted to slither onto a plane after a woman tried smuggling her boa constrictor on board. The woman was flying out of Tampa and tried to stash her boa constrictor in her carry-on luggage, but the TSA’s X-ray machine alerted officials that there was something reptilian inside. That got us wondering what’s the weirdest or most common thing that flyers tried to sneak through airline security. The network also shared the top ten most security finds. See if you’ve ever attempted to carry on any of these when you traveled by air…

  • Fentanyl pills in candy wrappers

  • Gun inside raw chicken

  • Disassembled gun inside jars of peanut butter

  • Gun inside an arm sling

    Line at airport

    Florida, Fort Lauderdale, Airport TSA security screening checkpoint, information sign about firearms. (Photo by: Jeff Greenberg/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

  • Knife found inside a laptop

  • Drugs inside hair scrunchies

  • Gun inside PlayStation video game console

  • Cattle prods in guitar case

  • Inert hand grenade

  • Money in crutches

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