And stuffed animals:
"Police at the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport are looking for a man carrying a stuffed animal who got inside a secured building.
Around 9am Wednesday morning, a Delta Airlines employee encountered a man inside Building C.
When asked to produce an identification badge, the man held out a stuffed animal and said, "This is all you need to see." He then fled the building.
Police and security staff searched but did not find the individual. Airport canine explosive detection teams searched an adjoining hangar but found no trace of explosives.
He was described as a black male 19 to 22 years old. He was carrying a stuffed animal with a leopard print."
And yesterday's breacher has been CHARGED:
"Kalyan Policherla cut through a passenger security checkpoint at Detroit Metropolitan airport on Monday morning without a ticket, boarding pass and luggage, prompting authorities to partially evacuate the airport. India-born Policherla, who became a US citizen in 2005, ignored security officers who repeatedly asked him to stop at the McNamara Terminal and kept walking.
The authorities then activated the breach alarm, causing metal gates concealed in the ceiling to snap down, and blocked 27-year-old Policherla’s access to the boarding area. He was tasered by an FBI agent, wrestled down and handcuffed. Panicked passengers fled the terminal and flights were delayed for hours as the drama unfolded.
Terrorists regularly test US airport security procedures, say intelligence experts, either directly by seeing how security personnel react to a given situation or indirectly by gathering reports of security breaches."