In reaction to the invasive body scanners in airports, Evan Booth creates dangerous items from goods sold after the security screening.

Evan Booth is a programmer based in Greensboro, North Carolina who is on a one-man mission to show that all the security measures at airports may be pointless. In his project, Terminal Cornucopia, Booth demonstrates how he can make weapons from everyday objects that are available for sale after airport security checks.

Using various items such as Axe spray and a travel blowdryer, Booth creates weapons such as a BlunderBusiness Class shotgun, which can shoot loose change at a dangerous speed, or a Fragguccino, i.e. a frag grenade made from a coffee thermos. Whilst Booth's videos and weapon names are slightly amusing — he created a spiked bludgeon called ‘Murica out of magazines, scotch tape, a poster of the Constitution and a Washington monument replica – they also present a scary notion. Booth tells Fast Co.Exist:

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