Just a friendly reminder from your local TSA agent that you can't bring these on a plane.

The TSA, which is wont to highlight the items it confiscates on Instagram these days, Tweeted the below photo Tuesday afternoon.

While it's certainly shocking, there have been similar instances of deceptive passengers trying to get away with hiding banned items in seemingly innocuous carry-on items (see: stun gun in Marlboro pack).

For the record, only unloaded weapons are allowed in a locked container on planes, according to the TSA's website.

Earlier on HuffPost:

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