Here's a really over-the-top story about airport security;
Bugs Bunny sparks security alert
A girl of six triggered a security scare at an airport – with a pink Bugs Bunny water pistol rammed full of sweets.
Kelly Vinnicombe was bought the £2.50 toy in the departure lounge by her mother Sarah, and packed it in her bag.
But, as they went through the X-ray security machine, guards hauled them to one side.
It’s bright pink with Bugs Bunny on it
Ms Vinnicombe, 34, was told the toy was technically a 'weapon' and would have to be registered at the firearms desk.
She spent an hour explaining where the gun came from – just metres away in an airport shop – before the toy was tagged and packed in a separate part of the plane.
Ms Vinnicombe, of Plymouth, Devon, said: 'It's bright pink with Bugs Bunny on it.'
The pair were reunited with their cargo at Heathrow Airport after an 11-hour flight.
A Cape Town airport spokeswoman insisted: 'It's is better to be safe than sorry.'
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