Friday, August 18, 2006

Still a bit unclear on the concept.


Shorter Canadian Air Transport Security Authority: "Dear terrorists: Attached please find an explanation of our new security restrictions, including a detailed list of what is still acceptable to bring on board and in precisely what types of containers. Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter."

6 comments:

Heretic said...

I'm a little surprised that one of the exceptions to the new rules isn't BREAST MILK IN BREASTS.

And disappointed that vodka isn't yet on the same list.

Saskboy said...

I wonder how security handles breast implants... being a gel and all.

Saskboy said...

I decided to explore that topic a bit more.

Luna said...

Hmm, I wonder if I can take breastmilk on the plane if I don't have a child with me?

SkylarKD said...

Luna: I wouldn't try it unless you want to get stripsearched!

SkylarKD said...

I just looked at the list in the link you posted. I love that it contradicts itself:

You can take carry-on luggage but it can't contain any liquids or gels, including:

* All beverages, including juice for children.
...

The exceptions:
...
* Juice for a baby or small child.


Sheesh.