It may be enticing to take any souvenir possible from the “Star Wars:” Galaxy’s Edge attraction at Disneyland and Disney World, but you may want to look over your items before trying to board the plane home. TSA has banned the iconic rounded soda bottles that appear at the park.
According to People, the Coca-Cola product bottles, shaped like "thermal detonators," have been deemed unsafe for flying as TSA notes that they look like actual explosive devices.
One Twitter user asked TSA if they would be allowed to bring the unique bottles home with them through air travel. TSA responded, saying, “Replica and inert explosives aren’t allowed in either carry-on or checked bags.”
Frustrated users, who want to take any souvenirs they can from the attraction, continued to tweet at TSA in an attempt to find loopholes in the ban.
“Can I travel with them if I take the lid of the bottle off?,” one user writes. TSA kept their foot down.
“Even with a normal bottle cap, this item is still considered a replica and is not allowed in carry-on or checked bags,” TSA responds. “If our officers discover a replica item during screening and believes it’s real, the item will be treated as such until advised otherwise by law enforcement.”
The soda bottles aren’t the only items that “Star Wars” fanatics try to smuggle out of the park. Recent thefts have brought maps, tickets, wristbands, and other “Star Wars:” Galaxy’s Edge items to auction online.