The TSA was created for a good reason, and it's safe to say that they take airport security extremely seriously. Recently, TikTok user @kelly_welch shared their airport experience with the TSA, and it involves a pickle. Here's exactly what went down.
If you cringe at the idea of spending $15 on a subpar airport sandwich, you've probably considered taking your own food through security for your next flight. Fortunately, there are at least a few ways you can safely bring your favorite snacks with you through security and enjoy them on the other side.
For those of us who take a plane every once in a while, it's inevitable you'll have food or drinks confiscated at the airport. Yes, these precautions might seem annoying and excessive, but they exist for a reason. So what happens to the food that's been confiscated?
If you're eager to avoid having your food items confiscated or finding yourself forced to unexpectedly check a bag, we've got you covered. Without further ado, here are the foods you absolutely cannot take on an airplane (in your carry-on bag, that is).