The Most Unusual TSA Finds of 2016

If you’ve ever accidentally traveled with something you weren’t supposed to (like a pocket knife or a lighter), you’ve likely had it confiscated by the Transportation Security Administration. Every year, the TSA finds a variety of illegal, dangerous, or just plain strange items in travelers’ luggage and 2016 was no different.

Here are the most unusual finds of last year:

A trailer hitch in the shape of a hand grenade

Where: San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport, California

A pink Hello Kitty firearm

Where: Bradley International Airport, Connecticut

A replica of Negan’s bat “Lucille” (a bat with barbed wire strung around it)

Where: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Georgia

A golden hand grenade

Where: Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey

A replica suicide vest

Where: Richmond International Airport, Virginia

A bladed metal dragon claw

Where: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Georgia

A dead seahorse inside a bottle of brandy

Where: Detroit Metropolitan Airport, Michigan

A five-bladed flogger

Where: George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Texas

A “post-apocalyptic” bullet-adorned gas mask

Where: Miami International Airport, Florida

A movie prop corpse

Where: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Georgia

For pictures of all of these items, click here.

*Photo courtesy of CNN.com