NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Looks could kill? Killer hair?
Either way you phrase it, TSA spokesperson Lisa Farbstein said a person’s hair brush that was stopped at a checkpoint at Norfolk International Airport on Friday morning doubled as a dagger. The handle pulls out to reveal the blade.
Sharp objects such as blades are not allowed in carry-on bags but can be permitted in checked luggage.
Farbstein also said that a Portsmouth man was stopped at an ORF checkpoint on Thursday with a .40 caliber loaded handgun. He was arrested on weapons charges and faces a stiff federal financial civil penalty.
Check out Farbstein’s Twitter for more weird items confiscated at TSA.