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We got the following e-mail from a GearFan this past week that made us chuckle:

"Here's a little story for the blog.....

"I was coming through Manchester airport in UK earlier this month [June] on my trip back out to NL and had packed my 8oz ball weight in the G-E tin, safely tucked away in my hand baggage. I travel frequently, so I never have hold luggage and have from time to time had my bags inspected on a 'random' check. So I thought nothing of my bag being pushed down the inspect conveyor.

 

Adventures with Airport Security: Scanned

"As I was waiting for an inspector, a husband and wife were in the way through screening past the walk metal detector, she was clear thru but the detector beeped at the guy and he was taken to one side to be patted down.

"Just as this happened, an inspector took my bag and asked if it was mine...blah blah blah...then pointed to an object in the case that they wanted to take a look at, so out came the tin just at the same moment the woman waiting for her husband shouted across to him 'I told you to take your cock ring off'. i looked across at her and caught her eye as I then drew her attention to my GE tin by looking back at it just as the inspector opened it and asked 'what is this item sir?'

 

Adventures with Airport Security:  Look Your Best for that Strip Search!

 

"I looked back at the woman and asked her' so what do you think it is love?' at which point she clocked what it really was and burst out laughing. The poor inspector hadn't got a clue what was going on. Needless to say, to cover his embarrassment, I advised it was a part for a tool.....[loosely correct right?] to which the woman sniggered again.

"Hells bells, didn't he swab it for explosives and test the swab, only for it to fail...!  I know my balls were like dynamite the night before, but that was taking it a bit too far.

"By this time, the husband had finished his pat-down and his wife explained what had gone on, then this guy who I had never met before shook my hand and said 'fair play mate - you've got some balls' as they walked off into the terminal.

 

Adventures with Airport Security:  Ready for Your "Full Pat-Down?!"

 

"Then a complete interrogation and full pat-down from the inspector - no rubber gloves! resulted in the supervisor admitting the machine that tests the swabs had faulted and I was free to go on my way.

"I never saw the couple again...pity, they seemed like the same kind of humourous view of life as my own.

"The moral of the story......if you're going to take your cock ring on the aeroplane either put it in the hold or wear it - then the wife could shout across the security hall....!

"All the best...Charlie, UK"

 

Adventures with Airport Security: A Grip C Ring Won't Set Off the Alarm

 

If you wear your stainless steel cock ring through the TSA checkpoint at the airport, you WILL set off the alarm (voice of experience speaking here!) I was running late to catch a red eye out of LAX and forgot to take my Titan .6 off. Sure enough, all the bells, whistles and lights came on. I turned to the wall, shoved my hand down the front of my jeans, plopped my ring into one of those plastic dog bowls and sent it through the scanner. Needless to say, I didn't set off the alarms the second time I walked through.

The woman manning the scanner just rolled her eyes and shook her head! 

Normally I just wear a Nitrile, a Grip or SurgeBLACK Cock Ring through--it shows up on the scan but doesn't make any alarms go off. I make sure all of my metal gear is off and stowed in my carry on. I usually travel with a couple of cock rings, a ball weight (with Allen wrench) and glans rings. (I don't want to be without my gear!) I have a little zip up back and I just slide it into my roller bag. I am rarely asked what it is.

Are you ready for your next flight? Get ready for your adventures with airport security!

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(Photos reblogged from Tumblr. Charlie is not pictured.)

Written by Jay — June 19, 2015

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