Here is a bunch of different prohibited items that people tried to take through airport security. They were seized by the TSA agents at the different airports across the US. They documented the items and now they post them on their Instagram account which has become really popular and have over 500,000 followers. Take a look at these weird weapons and look-alike weapons that TSA agents have confiscated:
Turkish/German man of 86 years old called Ali was noticed by photographer Zoe Spawton back in 2012 when he was passing by in front of her workplace every morning. What caught her attention was the fact that Ali was wearing different outfit daily. She decided to take his photos in his fancy outfits regularly for 3 years. Here are some of the costumes from his huge collection.
The Regenwurmlager, which literally means Camp Earthworm, is an extensive underground fortification area constructed by Germany in 1920s-1940s, now in western Poland, near the city of Międzyrzecz. It was a system of underground bunkers interconnected by tunnels and corridors of total length over 100 km. In 1945 it was abandoned by the German troops retreating without significant fights.
James N. Mattis is a retired United States Marine Corps general. As of November 2016, General Mattis is being considered for the position of Secretary of Defense in the new administration of President-elect Donald Trump. According to Business Insider, he is “something of a legendary figure in the US military. Viewed as a warrior among Marines and respected by members of other services, he has been at the forefront of numerous engagements.” Here are some of his unforgettable quotes:
Sam Huang is a travel blogger who likes to book extravagant flights for only a few hundred dollars.
But last Christmas Eve, the blogger was able to book the most luxurious private airline cabin: Singapore Airlines' doubled-sized private bed, which is usually reserved for couples.
Normally this flight would have cost him $16,000 if booked as separate flights, but Huang's trip from Los Angeles to Sydney (with two multi-day destination stops) cost him only $480. But as he booked them all as one flight, allowed him to pay this little. This is how his trip went: