The TSA at the Norfolk, Virginia airport took issue with a Jacksonville teen's wallet on her way back from a holiday trip in Virginia to Florida.
17-year-old Vanessa Gibbs says she was stopped in Norfolk because her walled was emblazoned with a metal gun, and the agent said she was committing a federal offense by carrying it on the plane.
Agents told her "replica weapons" have been illegal since 2002, and that she needed to check the bag or turn it over. By the time the ordeal was finished, Gibbs missed her flight to Jacksonville and was sent to Orlando instead.
Gibbs says she's baffled, because she's taken it through security checkpoints before with no trouble.