TSA detects birds, snakes and guns in 2011

01/5/2012 | SeattlePI.com

Seven small snakes, birds wrapped in socks, and a stun gun disguised as a cell phone were among the more unusual items that Transportation Security Administration agents detected at airport security checkpoints in 2011. "Some are dangerous, some simply look dangerous and can cause major delays, and others are just plain weird," TSA's Blogger Bob Burns wrote. The TSA also detected 1,200 firearms in 2011.

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