I have traveled through many airports in my life. In the last two days I have been through two South African Airports, an airport in Germany, an airport in California, and finally, the Bozeman airport. It's been one heck of a trip!

We have seen people try and get things through security, for me it is typically a bottle of lotion or perfume that is over the 3 ounces allowed. I know, I'm a rebel. What my boyfriend and I saw in South Africa was the most ridiculous thing ever, besides the people with "therapy alligators" of course.

I was waiting for my first flight home and there was a family of 6 getting ready to head through security, and we thought they were going to eat quickly before heading through security. We were wrong.

The husband walked through with a HUGE bucket of chicken. KFC Family style bucket. But it didn't stop there, one of the daughters had all the sides (mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, etc." in another bag, and the mom had some other sort of dinner with her as well.

Photo by Aleks Dorohovich on Unsplash
Photo by Aleks Dorohovich on Unsplash
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I mean, we thought "they are not going to put that through security right?". We were so wrong. I can't even get through security with a bottle of water without chugging it or tossing it, and this family seriously put half the KFC menu through the scanner! We couldn't believe it!

We couldn't help but laugh, and really my only concern was, "what if I have to sit next to them on the flight". What is the most ridiculous thing you have seen go through security?

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