TSA's Witty Instagram Showcases Weird, Scary Confiscated Items

On Rolling Stone's 100 best Instagram accounts to follow, TSA's account ranked number 4 between Beyonce and Rihanna.
1:14 | 11/29/16

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Finally tonight, the TSA may not sob popular at the airport. But on Instagram? That's another story. ??? ??? Beyonce may have more than 89 million Instagram followers. But according to "Rolling stone" magazine there's a hot new Instagram that already has users falling into formation. TSA ranked number four on "Rolling stone's" list of 100 best Instagram accounts between queen bey and Rihanna. TSA advising passengers with witty posts on what you can and cannot bring on board. From a knife tucked in an enchilada, to a set of spears made famouspy the teenage mutant ninja turtles, making it clear even action figure weapons won't fly. Jimmy Kimmel -- If you have a battery, leave it at home with your mother. Reporter: TSA inviting travelers to ask if their sometimes unusual items are safe for travel. One user asking, can we carry on that began of gefilte fish? A serious agency finding a little humor goes a long way. Especially when you're waiting in endless lines. Of course, some things are worth

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