17 things people actually tried to bring on planes

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17 things people actually tried to bring on planes

Even though most people know the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) barely lets you carry on enough shampoo to wash your hair once, some people still think it's cool to bring swords, throwing stars and even grenades on their flights.

If you don't believe us, check out these highlights from the TSA Instagram account. And if you're traveling this weekend, try to follow the rules, and don't do what these people did.

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