Tuesday, February 6, 2018 | News
LONDON, ON (February 6, 2018) - On Tuesday, February 6, 2018, while staff at the London International Airport were screening luggage, they located what they believed to be a hand grenade inside one of the bags. London Police attended to investigate the suspicious package, and it was quickly determined to be a metal belt buckle in the shape of a hand grenade.
While it isn't illegal to carry or wear grenade-shaped belt buckles, it does cause a problem while trying to pass through security at airports and other areas. The passenger decided to surrender the belt and buckle to be destroyed.
When in doubt, take a look at the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) website to learn about what you can and cannot bring on the airplane: http://www.catsa.gc.ca/whatcanIbring
Details can be found at https://www.londonpolice.ca/Modules/News/index.aspx?FeedId=0fcf0b61-be06...