On Freezing Liquids to Get Them through Security
A few readers sent me a link to a story wherein the author suggested a creative way of getting your liquids by security: freezing them. It sounds like a great idea, since frozen liquid isn’t a liquid, but I don’t think it’s going to fly. Tons of work, especially in hot climates. Besides, is it really worth the time or effort—especially if it’s just for a bottle of water? Sadly, I bet not all TSA agents would catch it but for sure they’ll catch it in airports like London’s Heathrow (see the story).
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