Making Weapons Out of Stuff You Can Buy in the Airport, After You Go Through Security

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Thu, Dec 5th, 2013 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

On his website Terminal Carnucopia Evan Booth explains how to build weapons out of everyday items you can buy at an airport after you've gone through security. From the article in New Statesman:

The weapons that Booth has created are fantastically imaginative, and shown off in videos on his site, Terminal Cornucopia. There are nunchucks made out of belts and miniature Statue of Liberty figurines, and a crossbow that uses the rigid struts from an umbrella as arrows. He melts down a soda can into a solid metal bullet using a body spray flamethrower. A cigarette lighter and a toy plane controller are turned into a remote detonator.

Booth gives his creations tongue-in-cheek, satirical names, too, like Chucks of Liberty, Planned Parenthood, and ‘Murica (for a club made by tying a miniature Washington Monument figurine to a rolled-up copy of the US Constitution).

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