SEE IT: Passengers who thought they could outsmart TSA and failed

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New York (PIX11) — From duct-tape diapers filled with cocaine to knife enchiladas, these passengers thought they could outsmart TSA, but failed terribly.

Common items of confiscation include drugs and weapons. TSA regularly documents prohibited items discovered at airports on their blog and Instagram account.

According to The TSA Blog, 1,813 firearms were discovered in carry-on bags from 205 different airports in 2013.

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