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A sign helps explain the new technology to travelers at a TSA security checkpoint at Washington A sign helps explain the new technology to travelers at a TSA security checkpoint at Washington's Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Wednesday, Nov. 24, 2010, as the holiday travel season began. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)  

Chef accidentally sneaks giant knives through TSA security

Paul Kahan, a James Beard Award-winning chef based in Chicago, said he accidentally smuggled four large chef’s knives onto a flight out of Chicago O’Hare International Airport in his carry-on bag on Thursday.

“Flew outa O’Hare today,” Kahan wrote on Twitter. “Forgot I had four huge chef’s knives in carry-on bag. Got patted down for wallet. Knives went through.”

It’s not the first time a blade-wielding celebrity has accidentally given the slip to the Transportation Security Administration: Mythbusters’ Adam Savage admitted that he once brought two 12-inch razor blades along with him onto a flight after they failed to be caught by one of the TSA’s high-tech full-body scans.