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TSA made a shocking discovery at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) made a shocking discovery at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport yesterday when they found a loaded gun inside a passenger's electronic device during a routine security screening.

According to TSA officials, the passenger was attempting to board a flight with the device, which appeared to be a smartphone, in their carry-on luggage. Upon further inspection, TSA officers discovered that the device was actually a disguised firearm.

The passenger, who has not yet been identified, was immediately detained by airport police and is facing charges for carrying a concealed weapon.

The incident caused significant delays for other passengers at the airport, as authorities had to shut down the security checkpoint for several hours while they conducted a thorough investigation.

This is not the first time that a passenger has attempted to bring a gun on a plane in a disguised form. In the past, passengers have been caught with guns hidden in everything from laptops to stuffed animals.

TSA officials remind travelers that it is illegal to bring a firearm on a plane, regardless of whether it is concealed or not. They also encourage passengers to thoroughly check their luggage before heading to the airport to ensure that they are not accidentally bringing any prohibited items with them.

"The TSA is committed to keeping the traveling public safe, and we will continue to be vigilant in our efforts to detect and prevent dangerous items from being brought onto planes," said TSA spokesperson John Smith.

The incident is still under investigation, and it is not yet clear what the passenger's motive was for attempting to bring the gun on the plane.

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