One mother who traveled with her three-month-old baby girl from the Denver International Airport thought she did everything by the book. But as it turned out, automated machines discovered potentially hazardous substances in the milk she brought. While the TSA makes sure to keep travelers safe, Heather apparently felt how they handled things was excessive. Things aren’t exactly made easy for mothers when it comes to publicly feeding their babies, and this case goes to show that traveling with milk might also be an issue.
[post_page_title]An ‘explosive’ incident[/post_page_title]
Traveling with a baby can certainly be challenging, as many parents know. But Heather Andi Jones never thought her baby throwing a tantrum would be the least of her problems when she prepared to travel with her daughter.
She pumped milk in order to be able to feed her child when she gets fussy, and was stunned when the Transportation Security Administration identified something wrong with the milk – it tested positive for explosives. So how did it all go down?
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