JFK Traveler Had Brass Knuckles, Stun Guns, Sword: TSA

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    A man traveling to Paris was arrested at John F. Kennedy Airport after security officers detected a sword, two stun gun flashlights and four pairs of brass knuckles in his checked luggage.

    The traveler was trying to get on a plane on Tuesday. The weapons were confiscated, according to the Transportation Security Administration.

    The arrests comes weeks after another man headed to Saudi Arabia was arrested with a stun gun, three stun batons, a stun pen and a can of pepper spray in his bags.

    He was charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon, a misdemeanor charge.