NEWARK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – Another passenger was caught with a fake grenade at Newark Liberty International Airport.
TSA officials want to remind travelers even replicas are not allowed on planes.READ MORE: SPECIAL COVERAGE: 'AIDS Walk New York: Live At Home' On CBSN New York
The right way to pack a grenade is not to pack it at all. Passenger at @EWRairport had this in his checked bag on Saturday. @TSA contacted police, who removed man from plane for questioning. Explosives experts determined that it was a realistic replica, also not allowed on planes pic.twitter.com/LCtUtnnzFq
— TSAmedia_LisaF (@TSAmedia_LisaF) July 29, 2019READ MORE: NYPD Releases Video Of Vandalism Suspect After Crucifix Toppled, Flag Burned At Brooklyn Church
“The right way to pack a grenade is not to pack it at all,” a TSA public affairs spokesperson tweeted Monday.Police: 2 Men Shot, Killed At After-Hours Club In Bridgeport, Connecticut
Agents found the fake grenade Saturday inside a man’s checked back. He was removed from his flight and questioned.