TSA bans woman’s Smirnoff, so she offers shots to passengers

Out of her cold dead hands.

Our friend Adam witnessed this this morning at Dulles Airport outside of DC, and even snapped a photo (left). Here’s Adam’s post on Facebook describing the incident:

Woman at Dulles security line, unable to carry her plastic handle of Smirnoff vodka through security, is currently drinking it in line and offering swigs to other passengers. It’s 7:30am and TSA is not amused.

You gotta love the woman for sticking to her guns.  Adam says he got offered a shot as well.  He didn’t indicate whether he took accepted.

You can see the full photo, uncensored, on Adam’s Facebook page.


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  • Jennifer Preston

    They pour it down the drain Ive seen them do it… its really sad.

  • EbPreston

    Sounds like they banned the quantity… a handle is a lot of liquid… and doesn’t follow the 3 ounce. rule that is in place all over the world, not just TSA and has been for a long time. If she was a good person, she should have stepped out of the way to drink her liquor and let the passengers that knew the rules go through instead of being a nuisance. I have little respect for people who make fools of themselves for attention. . . obviously this worked to get attention, poor lady right? Just enough not to know that booze counts as a liquid. I wonder how she scored on standardized testing…

    She was disrespectful to people trying to do their jobs and those going to their jobs, on vacation or traveling for family reasons… Kudos TSA for enforcing the  RULES!

  • John Giles

    This was disrespectful of our glorious and powerful government.

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