April 3, 2012 12:00 AM
TSA Spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein said screeners stopped the man Tuesday before he headed on a trip to Mexico City.
Farbstein told 1010 WINS a TSA officer at the airport came upon the discovery when carry-on luggage was being screened.
“One of the TSA officers spotted something very unusual and when they did a closer inspection, it turned out that somebody had pushed his leatherman knife into a full container of mayonnaise,” she said "
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