Crazy things Americans tried to take on planes in 2013

POSTED: 8:16 AM Feb 06 2014

Guns, grenades, human skull fragments and a pepper spray disguised as a lipstick -- these are just a few of the things confiscated by Transportation Security Administration officers from travelers in U.S. airports last year.

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Guns, grenades, human skull fragments and a pepper spray disguised as a lipstick -- these just a few of the things confiscated by Transportation Security Administration officers from travelers in U.S. airports last year. In a recent TSA blog post, TSA Blog Year in Review: 2013, TSA blogger Bob Burns reviewed some of the dangerous or unusual items officers confiscated in 2013 as well as some of the creative ways passengers tried to hide them.

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