The Transportation Security Administration has seen a wide variety of prohibited objects come through their safety checks at Dayton International Airport this month.

7 prohibited things people tried to get onto planes at the Dayton airport

The Transportation Security Administration has seen a wide variety of prohibited objects come through their safety checks at Dayton International Airport recently.

Here are a few that have been particularly interesting:

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Grenade joke sign

Security officials weren't laughing when this joke sign was spotted in luggage of someone attempting to get on a flight.

Snow globe

The TSA views anything that holds more than 3.4 fluid ounces of liquid as a potential threat to the aircraft and passengers. The TSA recommends snow globes no larger than a tennis ball. TY GREENLEES / STAFF

Bowling pin

The TSA views bowling pins as potential bludgeoning instruments that could also be used to damage the aircraft.

Handgun magazine

The TSA does not allow firearms or firearms magazines as carry-on items. They may be included in checked baggage within TSA guidelines.

Gas torch

Gas torches are prohibited on aircraft as carry-on or checked baggage.

Cap pistol

The TSA does not allow firearms or firearms replicas as carry-on items. They may be included in checked baggage within TSA guidelines.

Knives

These knives are some of many items left by passengers during screening at the Dayton International Airport over the past month. The TSA prohibits knives as carry-on items but not in checked baggage.

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