Bradley Makes TSA's 'Most Unusual Finds' List

Aaron Kupec
January 17, 2020 - 11:23 am
Bradley Airport Circular Saw

TSA photo

WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (WTIC Radio) - The Transportation Security Administration is out with its list of the top ten most unusual finds at airport security checkpoints in 2019, and Bradley International Airport has made the list.

An electric circular saw found at Bradley in April comes in at number six on the list.

TSA does not permit any tools larger than seven inches to be brought onto an airplane.

The saw was voluntarily surrendered to TSA, said the agency. The traveler also had the option of putting the saw in a checked bag, returning it to their vehicle, giving it to a non-traveling companion, or mailing it to their destination.

Prohibited items that are surrendered at the checkpoints nationwide are picked up by the state and sold.

A bag of moose poop found at Juneau International Airport in Alaska topped the list of unusual items.