Um, here’s the Anchorage Daily News:
Transportation Security Administration screening equipment flagged a “large organic mass” in a traveler’s carry-on April 15. TSA spokesperson Lisa Farbstein said that can mean explosives.
“The TSA officers opened the bag, they saw the moose poop inside,” Farbstein said after talking with the local officers. “And the passenger told the TSA officers that he collects this and likes to present it, ‘For politicians and their bleep policies.’ ”
Fair enough, but I wonder how his seat mates on the plane coped with it. The internet set was certainly enterained as, B.S. like this – or maybe it’s more like M.S. – is eaten up online.
Yes, you can bring moose poop to a checkpoint! And someone did last week at Juneau Int’l Airport. @TSA has no policy preventing people
from traveling with animal poop, but check with your airline on its policies
because having to leave souvenir poop behind would be crappy. pic.twitter.com/6aW5ALpSE4
— TSAmedia_LisaF (@TSAmedia_LisaF) April 23, 2019
— New York Post (@nypost) May 1, 2019
— Davis Faw (@FawDavis) May 2, 2019
Headline: Man with moose nuggets in carry-on says politics stinks
— Grumpy Dingo Radio (@RadioDingo) May 2, 2019
Everyone's going to focus on the moose poop and to be sure it's pulling its weight, but it's "Some guy" that gives this headline a quiet genius https://t.co/wJgu5o6oEF
— Erin Keane (@eekshecried) May 2, 2019
I guarantee you the moose poop smells better after today.
— Michael (@Bastard_Of_1967) May 1, 2019
It’s peak bags of moose poop season in Alaska.
— Dr. Holly A. Bell ?? (@HollyBell8) May 1, 2019