On Thursday, a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) was forced to evacuate after agent discovered a “novelty grenade” within passenger baggage during the screening process.
Device has been removed, and TSA is re-opening the checkpoint and working to resume passenger screening. Expect some delays through security, and as always check with your carrier to see if your flight has been impacted. #fly2houston
— Hobby Airport (@HobbyAirport) June 7, 2018
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