Victory in War on Moisture: Gel-bras once again safe!

The TSA is winning the War on Moisture! As of today, the laws of physics have been changed, rendering the following items non-explosive:

* Small amounts of Baby formula and breast milk if a baby or small child is traveling
* Liquid prescription medicine with a name that matches the passenger's ticket
* Up to 5 oz. (148ml) of liquid or gel low blood sugar treatment
* Up to 4 oz. of essential non-prescription liquid medications including saline solution, eye care products and KY jelly
* Gel-filled bras and similar prostethics
* Gel-filled wheelchair cushions
* Life support and life sustaining liquids such as bone marrow, blood products, and transplant organs carried for medical reasons

Note to Al Qaeda: start recruiting diabetic/wheelchair-using bombers now, just in case you can change physics back without the TSA noticing.

Let's hope that the non-bomber diabetics don't need six ounces of sugar-water in-flight, though.


(via Consumerist)