Can you wear spikes/studded clothes and jewelry on a plane?
Like on a jacket, bracelets, a choker, etc. Can you bring them in a carry-on bag (Overhead luggage or an under-seat backpack)?
- 1 month ago
I did once on a flight from Tampa to New Orleans. JUST to **** with the TSA cunnts. I wore a pair of bondage pants that had metal studs and chains all over it. I got to the metal detector, the old man there looks at me says OK, go through. NOT A PEEP. He shook his head, asked me to go through again. NOT A PEEP. I said what's the matter? he's like I just don't understand.....I flipped him off and said try calibrating your machine asshole! And walked on to my plane. I've got NO respect for TSA and their bogus bullshit.
- RedstoneLv 71 month ago
It depends on the length of the spikes. From what you indicated, I am likely to to believe that the length is small. Just keep it in your carry-on.Source(s): Work part-time as a TSA officer.
- MSLv 71 month ago
It will depend on the nature of the actual items - those that are deemed a potential threat will not be allowed through the security checkpoint, whether you are wearing them or taking them through in a bag. Then you have to make the choice to try checking your items, taking your items back to your car, or abandoning your items - the first two of which could cause you to miss your flight. I wouldn't take the chance with anything that is particularly long or particularly pointy.
- GypsyfishLv 71 month ago
Sure. Just don't try to wear them through the x-ray. And if they can in any way be used as a weapon, they may be seized at the security check.
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- Anonymous1 month ago
Maybe this is addressed on the TSA site.
- ?Lv 71 month ago
Most Airlines are now enforcing a dress code to fly. I would call the Airline you wish to travel with, and ask them what the dress codes are to fly on their Airline.