TSA removes nunchucks, saw blades and more from carry-on bag at LaGuardia

A TSA spokesman tweeted an image of the the weapons -- three saw blades, nunchucks, a switchblade and a knife that folds into a bullet-shaped sheath. (TSA) A TSA spokesman tweeted an image of the the weapons -- three saw blades, nunchucks, a switchblade and a knife that folds into a bullet-shaped sheath. (TSA)

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