Column: Travelers take unusual steps to get weapons through security

09/9/2010 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Travelers have used unusual tactics to get banned items through airport security, writes James Walsh in the Star Tribune. Walsh notes that TSA agents in New York stopped a teenager who had sewn a two-inch blade into his sneaker. Travelers have also attempted to get weapons through the airport by attaching them to wheelchairs, canes and baby carriages, Walsh writes.

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