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11 coisas bizarras que já tentaram levar na bagagem de mão

Granadas, lâminas ninjas e máscaras de gás pós-apocalípticas são algumas delas

Por Helô D'Angelo - Atualizado em 29 nov 2016, 17h27 - Publicado em 25 nov 2016, 13h55

Com tanta segurança nos aeoroportos dos Estados Unidos, você deve imaginar que as pessoas já aprenderam o que pode, o que não pode e o que é absurdo de ser levado nos voos do país. Só que não: todos os dias, a Agência de Segurança no Transporte (TSA, na sigla em inglês) registra pelo menos uma tentativa de entrar em aviões com coisas bem estúpidas, como armas de fogo, facas ou um monte de maconha escondida em uma latinha de refrigerante.

Para tratar a situação com humor e ensinar aos viajantes o que pode e o que não pode nas bagagens de mão, a TSA criou uma conta no Instagram, na qual posta fotos dos objetos mais bizarros que a galera tenta carregar no voo. Claro, a ideia é ser engraçadinho, mas também didático: junto com o Instagram (que já tem mais de mil fotos e 535 mil seguidores), a TSA mantem um perfil no Twitter, no qual responde dúvidas dos viajantes sobre coisas permitidas ou não permitidas nos voos – tudo sem perder o bom humor:

Veja as coisas mais loucas que as pessoas tentam levar na mala de mão nos últimos dias:

1. Uma máscara de gás estilo Mad Max

Detalhe: segundo a TSA, é permitido levar máscaras de gás em aviões. O que não pode é balas de revólver, que enfeitam essa aqui.

Packing list: Socks. ✅ Toothbrush. ✅ Curling Iron. ✅ Post-apocalyptic bullet-adorned gas mask. ❌ While gas masks are allowed in carry-on bags, replica bullets are not. This was discovered in a carry-on bag at Miami (MIA). Maybe he was catching a one way flight to #FuryRoad?

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2. Um canivete do Batman

Até que é bonitinho.

Holy prohibited items, Batman! Who knew that batarangs were so popular? Our officers have discovered quite a few this year. This time, the batarang was discovered in a carry-on bag at LaGuardia (LGA). Please pack your #batarangs in your checked baggage. #TSAGoodCatch

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3. Uma réplica de roupa de homem bomba (?)

O dono dessa belezinha afirmou que estava viajando para participar de um Live Action Role Playing, espécie de RPG no qual as pessoas atuam para valer – e até se fantasiam. De fato, a TSA comprovou que a roupa não tinha bombas de verdade. Mas poxa, hein, amigo?

#TSATravelTips - Don’t pack your homemade replica suicide vest. The traveler who packed this vest in his checked bag at Richmond (RIC) stated it was a prop intended for use in a live-action role-playing game (LARP). TSA explosives experts raced to the checked baggage room and the airport police were called immediately. Fortunately, the explosives experts determined the vest posed no danger. It has yet to be determined if the officer who searched the bag needed a change of clothing.

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4. Uma arma ninja

Porque, né, não dá para embarcar sem suas armas mais queridas.

This 4-bladed throwing star was discovered in a carry-on bag at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO). These must be packed in your checked bags. Sorry Prince Colwyn. #Krull

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5. Um exemplar de Pretty Little Liars, um lanchinho e uma mini arma cor-de-rosa

Para quem faz o estilho chique & perigosa.

While firearms are prohibited in carry-on bags, you can pack them in your checked baggage, as long as you meet the packing guidelines: bit.ly/travelingwithfirearms. This loaded firearm was discovered recently in a purse at Atlanta (ATL). #TSATravelTips

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6. Uma garra de dragão

É, você leu certo: garra. De. Dragão.

We’re pretty sure this isn’t a letter opener. A bladed dragon claw perhaps??? Whatever it is, it should be packed in checked baggage. It was discovered in a carry-on bag at Atlanta (ATL).

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7. Uma réplica do taco de baseball de Lucille, da série The Walking Dead

O arame farpado é de borracha. Mas tacos de baseball não são permitidos em voos (foi mal).

This replica of @AMCTheWalkingDead’s “Lucille” was discovered recently in a carry-on bag at Atlanta (ATL). The barbed wire is actually made from rubber and the blood is fake (we hope). However, baseball bats are prohibited from carry-on bags and must be packed in checked luggage. #TWD #Negan We’re just glad Lucille wasn’t thirsty.

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8. Bombinhas

Sim: bombinhas. Parece uma ótima ideia.

#ProTip - When something has an explosive warning on it, there’s a good chance it’s not allowed on the plane. These firecrackers were discovered in a carry-on bag at Atlanta (ATL). All fireworks and firecrackers are prohibited from both carry-on and checked baggage. #TSATravelTips

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9. Uma granada ~desarmada~

Ah, então tudo bem. rs.

#ProTip - Your trailer hitch hand grenade is prohibited from both carry-on and checked bags. So what’s the big deal if it’s inert? First off, we don’t know it’s inert until explosives professionals take a closer look, and that takes time and slows down the line. It can even lead to a complete shutdown and evacuation. Also, imagine the person sitting next to you on the plane pulling this out of their carry-on. For these reasons, anything resembling a bomb or grenade is prohibited from both carry-on and checked bags. #TSATravelTips This inert grenade was discovered in a checked bag recently at the SBP airport.

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10. Um machado indígena

Mas ele nem é tão afiado assim!

#TSAGoodCatch - This ornate jawbone tomahawk was discovered in a carry-on bag at Salt Lake City (SLC). Jawbone tomahawks (and all other tomahawks) must be packed in checked baggage.

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11. As armas mais chiques que você respeita:

Se é cor de rosa pode. Brincadeira, pode não.

Even pink knives are prohibited from carry-on bags. Please pack them in your checked baggage. These were discovered in a carry-on bag at Syracuse (SYR). #TSATravelTips

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#TSATravelTips - While firearms are prohibited in carry-on bags, you can pack them in your checked baggage, as long as you meet the packing guidelines: bit.ly/travelingwithfirearms. This firearm was discovered recently in a carry-on bag at the Bradley (BDL) International Airport. #TSAGoodCatch

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