TSA Agents Confiscate Giant Teddy Bear At LAX, Won't Let Sad Teddy Bear Fly On Plane

By Amanda Cooper Dec 15, 2016

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An oversized stuffed teddy bear at Los Angeles International Airport seems to have apparently missed his flight, thanks to the Transportation Security Administration.
TSA agents at LAX confiscated a gigantic teddy bear and posted a photo of the poor guy on Instagram, announcing the bear had been "abandoned by his owners" after the TSA determined the bear was too large for a carry-on item.
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And if that wasn’t enough, the TSA went on to say "If you see this wayward bear strolling the streets of LA, please feel free to feed him."
Here’s the full report from the TSA Instagram feed:
Why does this gigantic teddy bear look so sad? He was abandoned by his owners at LAX after the airline and TSA determined that he was just too big to be screened as a carry-on and taken on the plane. It’s a good idea to check with your airline prior to traveling with overly large items as cary-ons. If you see this wayward bear strolling the streets of LA, please feel free to feed him.

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Source: Cbslocal
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