Airline Security and Flying

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Airline Security and Flying

Post by Lockedup4her » Thu Jan 02, 2014 1:49 am

Next week I have to travel by airline. I am wondering how to pass the security checks wearing a chastity belt. Luckily I have a silicon device bird locked maxi. When secured with a plastic lock it should be not a problem.
However, I am often stopped, due to metal in my shoes, they check me manually. They will bump in to something hard :oops: . Does anyone have experience with this? Please help me.
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Re: Airline Security and Flying

Post by Dannyboy » Thu Jan 02, 2014 10:18 am

Lol. Good luck. You may be lucky and get through security with no checks but if you do get stopped it could be embarrassing. Ok, they don't grab your balls if they are patting you down bit if they brush against it. ..well I will leave the rest up to you.

I wouldn't risk it but then that's just me. Let us know what you decide to do.
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Re: Airline Security and Flying

Post by kunst » Thu Jan 02, 2014 3:20 pm

And what about carying a metal cage in your hand luggage? What if they inspect it?
Or, if you send it as checked baggage, you still might be inspected when passing customs. Ok, it's not prohibited, but could be embarassing.
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Re: Airline Security and Flying

Post by wishful4 » Thu Jan 02, 2014 4:12 pm

My advice would be simply to leave it at home unless you are into being pulled aside and possibly humiliated, delayed for explanations, maybe miss your flight, etc. Of course, none of this may happen, but why take the chance. Flying is bad enough without the added hassle.
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Re: Airline Security and Flying

Post by Lady M » Thu Jan 02, 2014 9:30 pm

If hubby and I fly we will carry his Jail Bird (well I will have it in my bag anyway) and he will put it on after the security check :) sane with anywhere that will have metal detectors.

If you have a plastic device just carry it through security or... let them bump it, so what if you have plastic on your dick lol :)
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Re: Airline Security and Flying

Post by HisDuty » Fri Jan 03, 2014 1:20 pm

If you do go through security while caged, I would love to hear the details. I could handle telling the security agent what he should expect to feel, but I would not be comfortable being taken to a private room for visual inspection.
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Re: Airline Security and Flying

Post by phew » Sat Jan 04, 2014 6:15 am

Shouldn't be problem. If you afraid of your shoes do it like Americans do: take them off. Small brass padlock was never problem for me while I was using plastic cage device. Take off any metal parts you could wear and you re safe (glasses, belt, money, wallet, and credit cards too, just to be sure you will be ok passing the gate).
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Re: Airline Security and Flying

Post by Lockedup4her » Sun Jan 19, 2014 2:13 pm

Just a short update on my experience with airline security. I did not have the balls to try it out. So I left the birdlocked home after approval from my wife, we used the honnor system. Strange feeling to be unlocked. I was truly happy that I was not locked, because I was stopped 2 times. This saved me from some embarrassing moments.
The freedom was short, I am locked again.
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Re: Airline Security and Flying

Post by Dannyboy » Mon Jan 20, 2014 7:31 am

LadynMonkey wrote:If hubby and I fly we will carry his Jail Bird (well I will have it in my bag anyway) and he will put it on after the security check :) sane with anywhere that will have metal detectors.

If you have a plastic device just carry it through security or... let them bump it, so what if you have plastic on your dick lol :)
Do you mean in your hand luggage. And is this for internal or international flights. We are off to NY in November and my gf doesn't want me unlocked while we are there if it can be helped.
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Re: Airline Security and Flying

Post by Lockedup4her » Mon Jan 20, 2014 7:43 am

I was not wearing the device and did not have it in my luggage, I only had hand luggage. It was a flight within Europe. I was not aware that it was so strict. It seems there is some metal in my shoes that sets the detection of. A bird locked is from silicon. A plastic lock should work. But as mentioned I did not have the balls to do it. My wife did not want to bring me into such an embarrassing situation.
May be next flight I try... I will post the experience and the results
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