Handgun Found Stuffed Inside Raw Chicken at Florida Airport, TSA Says


Security officials at a Florida air terminal were in for a shock when they found a handgun stuffed within a crude chicken that was pressed in a voyager’s gear.

TSA reported on its Instagram page that TSA workers tracked down the firearm inside the crude bird at the Stronghold Lauderdale-Hollywood Global Air terminal.


The inscription — which is brimming with chicken plays on words — peruses: “The plot chickens as we barrel our direction nearer to Thanksgiving.

For our purposes, it’s a chance to be grateful that our officials are continuously working around the clack to guard you.

Take for example this ‘hen you trust it?’ find at Post Lauderdale-Hollywood Worldwide Air terminal.


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We prefer not to mouth it to you here, yet stuffing a gun in your vacation bird for movement is only a treat of time.

This thought wasn’t even insane; it was crude, oily, and clearly solo. The main dish occurring here is this unfortunate pressing decision!”

“Feather you like it or not, there are rules for going with weapons and ammo.

Thus, don’t take a blind leap of faith; perch over the legitimate bundling data through the connection in our profile,” the post peruses. As per the TSA site, “meat, fish and other non-fluid food things are allowed in both carry-on and processed packs,” and “dumped guns in a locked hard-sided compartment” are simply permitted to be moved as really taken a look at stuff.

The name of the explorer who attempted to carry the firearm through security has not been delivered, and it’s hazy in the event that charges have been documented right now.