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Re: Metal Detectors

Posted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 1:26 pm
by Bunny
I had a bunch of safety pins on my jeans and it set off the alarm.

I like the “jewelry” explaination. I’m gonna go with that.

Re: Metal Detectors

Posted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:58 pm
by LockedByBD
Recently my wife and I went to visit a museum she was interested in. When we went in the front door there was the metal detector. Only after her purse was searched and she went through did she remember I was wearing a stainless steel cage. I went through and promptly set off the metal detector. However, since it wasn't TSA, and I was wearing a big western style belt buckle, the security officer assumed that was the problem. He even said "No surprise you set it off!" He then scanned my buckle and let me through.

My wife assumed I'd go through as quick as she did and was looking around for me when it dawned on her that my cage might have been the problem. She was amused at my predicament and possible embarrassment.

My takeaway: museums are more forgiving than the airlines and TSA.

Re: Metal Detectors

Posted: Sat Nov 09, 2019 10:16 pm
by sirmebane
I have intentionally taken the small brass lock common to so many cylinder cages through metal detectors to see if they would go off. Airports, government offices, courts all fail to detect such a minimal amount of metal.

Re: Metal Detectors

Posted: Sat Nov 09, 2019 10:56 pm
by cshorts
I don't know. Not enough metal I guess.

Re: Metal Detectors

Posted: Sat Nov 09, 2019 11:02 pm
by CZSteve
My Wife/Goddess and I were on a Vegas vacation with a Hoover Dam day trip; walking up to the entrance we were greeted with a metal detector, my MM Jailbird promptly set it off.
I told the young gentleman manning the security checkpoint that I have body jewelry; he just waved me on in.

Re: Metal Detectors

Posted: Thu Nov 21, 2019 10:37 am
by LockedByBD
We were at an event last weekend. This time my wife noticed that there were metal detectors. She wondered what might happen to me but decided "it was my problem." :roll:

The old guy in front of me set off the alarm twice. First he emptied his pockets of keys and change. Second time he took the cell phone out of his pocket. Finally he made it through. My turn next and I was fully expecting to ring all the bells, since I was wearing my stainless steel cage AND the big western belt buckle. I was ready to give the line Steve gave previously...
CZSteve wrote:
Sat Nov 09, 2019 11:02 pm
I told the young gentleman manning the security checkpoint that I have body jewelry
Nothing. Nada. No bells.

Lucked out on that one! :o

Re: Metal Detectors

Posted: Fri Nov 22, 2019 4:36 am
by sissygasm
Newest metal detectors are not only scanning for metal but they perform a 3D scanning of the whole body providing a clear image of the physiology using low radiation. They are the kind of scanners that you spread your legs, place your hands on the wall of the scanner and a thing rotates around you. That way the security officer and everyone standing in the line behind him knows that you are caged since a clear image of the item is produced. Now I guess that if he is accustomed to a chastity device he will make no issue about it if not then a body search will be performed. These scanners are installed in Germany and UK, at least this is where I have encountered them.

Re: Metal Detectors

Posted: Fri Nov 22, 2019 4:39 am
by TwistedMister
That's not a 'metal detector', two different technologies there...

Re: Metal Detectors

Posted: Fri Nov 22, 2019 5:37 am
by slave d
i can tell you for sure they have them at Australian airports as well and if you set off the first detector, which i think is a metal detector, then they send you to the scanner beside it !!

MsM’s ld

Re: Metal Detectors

Posted: Fri Nov 22, 2019 10:40 am
by danj
sissygasm wrote:
Fri Nov 22, 2019 4:36 am
Newest metal detectors are not only scanning for metal but they perform a 3D scanning of the whole body providing a clear image of the physiology using low radiation. They are the kind of scanners that you spread your legs, place your hands on the wall of the scanner and a thing rotates around you. That way the security officer and everyone standing in the line behind him knows that you are caged since a clear image of the item is produced. Now I guess that if he is accustomed to a chastity device he will make no issue about it if not then a body search will be performed. These scanners are installed in Germany and UK, at least this is where I have encountered them.
Nice avatar! Is that your key holder?