A TSA officer found a cleverly disguised stun gun in a woman's carry-on bag at National Airport Tuesday morning.
The stun gun was designed to look like a cell phone, with a fake desktop image of colorful icons and a numbered keypad. The two primary buttons on the device, though, say "Stun" and "Light."
The TSA said in a release Tuesday afternoon:
The stun gun, which by design was intended to be deceptive, was detected by an alert TSA officer who spotted the weapon as it passed through a metal detector the airport’s central terminal checkpoint
The passenger was not charged, and was allowed to take her flight to Chicago as planned.