This Christmas Tree In Vilnius Airport Is Made Of Prohibited Items Confiscated From Passengers

Published 5 years ago

No matter how carefully you pack for your trip, there’s always that one thing you forget to bring. Or even worse – you bring something you shouldn’t, like a Swiss army knife or a pair of scissors. As you know, airport security doesn’t allow to bring pointy and stabby things on board and you’re left with no choice but to give it up at the security checkpoint. If it will make you feel any better, you’re not the only one who tends to forget banned things in their luggage. Vilnius Airport, for example, confiscated so many prohibited items during the years, they decided to use them to create a unique Christmas tree!

The Christmas tree, made up of scissors, bullets, lighters, and even cheese knives, not only looks cool but also serves an educational purpose, reminding passengers about the items they should leave at home when traveling. Check it out below!

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This unique Christmas tree will remind you about the items you should leave at home when traveling

Cheese knives were used to create this Christmas tree topper

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