|Quoting SkyGourmet (Thread starter):|
The airport manager stated that the spoons could be broken apart and used as a weapon, but spoons don't break apart when force is applied to them, they just bend.
|Quoting HPRamper (Reply 3):|
Death by spooning.
|Quoting Columbia107 (Reply 1):|
Interesting comment. BA's Club cutomers are provided with metal knives, forks and SPOONS on long haul flights. AT least they did on BA2232 last night.
|Quoting YULWinterSkies (Reply 6):|
Just tell him that there is a list of prohibited items that IS the standard
|Quoting SkyGourmet (Reply 9):|
Would I really be able to take something onboard which the security agent thinks is prohibited if I proved that it isn't?
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