What NOT to Pack in Your Carry-On Bag

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Packing a carry-on bag is not rocket science, but at the same time, it is not as easy as you think. There are so many things that you should take into consideration in case you do not want to have trouble with security. Be mindful of the fact that you can even be thrown in jail, supposing you carry prohibited objects. What is more, your backpack can easily ruin your mood. Thus, be cautious when packing. Do not simply throw everything you have at your disposal into your suitcase. Check out the list below to find out what not to put in your carry-on.

Stinky food


Under no circumstances do you put refreshments that contain onion or garlic into your bag.¬† If your rucksack consists of anything stinky, you are guaranteed to rain on passengers’ parade. Additionally, in this situation, you kill your mood as well. Probably the best snack options to carry in a backpack are biscuits, saltines, nuts, dried fruit, et cetera.

Weapons


Not for a second do think of taking weapons with yourself to the airport. As one would expect, they are strictly prohibited. Believe it or not, toy guns and toy swords are also not allowed to reside in your bag. To rephrase it, objects that look like armaments or ones that can fulfill the function of a weapon are forbidden. Thus, be meticulous when packing your suitcase because even some daily items such as a pocket knife are not permitted.

Cheese


Cheese is an excellent source of calcium and protein, but you’d better consume it before your flight. Otherwise, bringing cheese to the plane may cost you a lot of time. Bear in mind that x-ray machines cannot distinguish the difference between cheese and plastic explosives, which leads to removing all the stuff from your bag by a baggage checker.

Sports Equipment


To the surprise of many, one mustn’t bring pieces of sports equipment such as cricket bats, hockey sticks, golf clubs, and more of the same. The motivation behind this decision of all airports is that these items might function as a weapon.

Alcohol


You cannot take alcohol on an airplane even if it is less than 3.4 ounces. Besides, drinking liquor high in the sky is not a great idea. One hundred percent, there is nobody who burns for being drunk during their dream holiday.

Fruit, vegetables and meats


Before heading to the airport, share all the vegetables, fruit, and meat products that you have bought with your friends. You are not permitted to transfer the mentioned types of food to your homeland for the reason that they are likely to bring diseases and harmful insects.

Aerosol


It is by no means legal that you bring aerosols in your carry-on bag. Nevertheless, you can put shaving cream, hairspray, and suchlike in your suitcase as they are not classed as aerosols.

Flammable items


It is illegal to carry flammable items such as fireworks and lighters in your handbag. As might be expected, they pose a problem for all the passengers of the plane. In other words, if your possessions go in flames, it is very likely that other passengers’ property will as well burn.

Lithium Batteries


There are lithium batteries in most electric gadgets, but they are too small to catch the attention of security. However, you have to power these types of devices off. On the other hand, if you want to put extra lithium batteries or large camera equipment in your suitcase, you should check the specific airline policy since some of them will not let you in.

Liquids Over 3.4 Ounces


 Everyone who has flown in a plane knows that one cannot bring liquids more than 3.4 ounces. Moreover, liquids cannot be more than 100 milliliters. You also cannot use bottles that are over 100 milliliters even if they are not full. Take into account that face creams and gels are considered liquids.

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