Amanda Seyfried takes knife onto plane, alerts airport security via Twitter

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Hollywood actress Amanda Seyfried takes knife onto plane, tweets photo for tsa
Hollywood actress Amanda Seyfried takes knife onto plane, tweets photo for tsa


Actress Amanda Seyfried alerted airport security in America after she accidentally carried a Swiss Army knife onto a plane.

The 28-year-old Mean Girls star tweeted a photo of the knife and a message for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) after boarding a plane.

She wrote: "Dear TSA: This Swiss Army knife wasn't detected through security and I unknowingly carried it on board. Scary!"



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According to The Huffington Post, last year the TSA said it will allow retractable knives with blades shorter than 2.4 inches in carry-on bags but months later it abandoned the decision.

In 2012, a girl in America accidentally carried a knife onto a plane and took a photo of it as proof while in the plane toilet.

The girl uploaded the image to a social networking site, and wrote: "For the record, I was on an international flight and went through the x-ray scan, a manual inspection and customs before I went into my purse to get some eye drops and realised that I had forgotten to pack my knife in my checked luggage."



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