Marnina Norys was trying to board a plane at Canada's Kelowna Airport when security noticed her necklace. It had a 1.75-inch silver replica of a Colt .45 on it. A security agent told her she couldn't board the plane with that on. She pointed out it couldn't actually shoot anyone. "It's what it represents," said the agent. Officials seemed unapologetic about the incident. "How do you know it wasn't a real gun?" said an official with the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority when asked by the media about the incident.
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