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Post by Tom Allen » Mon Feb 26, 2018 10:56 am

Okay, so I've been wearing the A272 tube style cage for a while. I have several extra cuff rings, one of which I had milled off the locking section to make an ergonomically shaped cock ring. I wear this pretty much all the time if I'm not caged.

Last week, Mrs Edge and I went on a trip to visit some relatives down south. We had to catch a *very* early flight, and I probably wasn't thinking clearly. I removed my wallet, belt, shoes, and whatever else was in my pockets to pass through the scanner. They sent me back in, had me turn around, and then let me through.

Got to our destination, then changed my clothes to head out for lunch, and... yup - discovered the three ounce stainless steel ring. Ugh. I was a little embarrassed, but surprised that nobody said anything.

I removed it for the trip home. I placed it in my backpack with my keys, etc. Wasn't going to take any more chances.
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Post by Schnoff » Tue Feb 27, 2018 7:12 pm

I don't know that airport personnel truly care. Depending on where you're flying out of, they've seen just about everything by now - especially with the scatter body scanners.
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Post by Tom Allen » Wed Feb 28, 2018 1:24 pm

I'm sure you're right. It's just that this is a fairly decent sized hunk of metal, and I'm surprised that they didn't ask more questions about it. Or give me more of a stink-eye. Or something.
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