10 Weirdest Forbidden Items Caught by the TSA in 2021

πŸ”ͺ Twenty years after enhanced airport security, people are still trying to board airplanes with forbidden items like a meat cleaver above. The TSA has compiled its "Top 10 Catches of 2021" featuring bear spray, antique gun, gun that doubles as a belt buckle, and so on. You'll never guess the number 1 forbidden item.

πŸͺ‘ This "nervous chair" is afraid that you'll sit on it.

πŸ—ΊοΈ The world's largest dungeon map is probably bigger than your dungeon master's basement.

πŸ¦€ How do you spy on the Christmas Island red crab during its annual migration? With a robot spy crab, of course.

πŸš— The Honda Shogo: A mini motorized car that let young pediatric patients roam around the children's hospital hallways and have a little bit of fun during their hospital stay.

🦷 Marlon Brando's "dental plumper" gave him the jowls of Vito Corleone in The Godfather.

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Regarding the TSA video: Who thought the overly dramatic music was a good idea? Besides, what was wrong with the wine holder besides it looks stupid? Oh, and that was not a machete.
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