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Travelers Claim You Don't Have to Take Liquids Out for TSA: "It's a Scam"

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Travelers Claim You Don't Have to Take Liquids Out for TSA: "It's a Scam"




<p>If you're a frequent flier, you likely know <a rel="noopener noreferrer" href=" target="_blank">the rules</a> of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) like the back of your hand—everything in your pockets must be removed, outerwear like bulky jackets and hats must come off, and electronics bigger than your phone must be placed in a separate bin alongside any travel-sized liquids.</p>
<p>While a laptop or tablet can be easy to spot in your carry-on, the same can't always be said for small body wash containers. Digging around for any liquids you may be traveling with isn't only time-consuming, but it can hold up the airport security line.</p>
<p>Rather than deal with a potential nuisance, TikToker <strong>Emily Broxton</strong> told her followers in a new video that she keeps liquids

inside her carry-on while going through the TSA checkpoint. So far, she hasn't had any problems, leading her to believe that TSA's 3-1-1 rule <a rel="noopener noreferrer external nofollow" href=" target="_blank">is a "scam."</a></p>
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