A Maryland man was cited by police after attempting to bring two axes in his carry-on bag at Ronald Reagan National airport, according to TSA Spokesperson Lisa Farbstein.
Per Farbstein, the two axes were concealed in the lining of his carry-on bag at Reagan National airport. The man stated he was going to an axe-throwing tournament, as the reason the axes were found in his bag. Each axe had its name on the ha handle– one labeled “death” and the other labeled “twin.”
As of now, the man has not been identified other than being from Maryland. Farbstein ended her tweet informing the public of this incident with “Dude, seriously?”
A Maryland man was cited by police after @TSA officers detected these 2 axes concealed under the lining of his carry-on bag at @Reagan_Airport yesterday. He said he was going to an axe throwing tournament. Each ax has its name on its handle–“DEATH” and “TWIN.” Dude, seriously? pic.twitter.com/ObXBe0DKQo
— Lisa Farbstein, TSA Spokesperson (@TSA_Northeast) December 24, 2022
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