TSA officers stopped a woman who had a pair of high heels in the shape of revolvers and faux bullet-lined bracelets at an airport over the weekend.
Security officials spoke to the woman at Baltimore International Airport after she attempted to bring the "less than ideal" accessories on her flight, according to a TSA spokeswoman.
"Friendly reminder," TSA spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein tweeted about the incident, "Realistic replica firearms and ammunition are not permitted past TSA checkpoints."
Farbstein told Time that the woman had the items in one of her carry-on bags. When the passenger was told to put the items in a checked bag, she ditched them to catch her flight.