Knife Found in Enchiladas at Sonoma Airport

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    TSA agents at Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport in Santa Rosa noticed something suspicious in a woman’s bag Monday morning, April 14, 2014.

    Transportation Security Administration agents found a knife stuffed inside a woman's carry-on tray of enchiladas at a Northern California airport, but she was still allowed to fly.

    The TSA says security at Charles M. Schulz–Sonoma County Airport in Santa Rosa noticed something suspicious in the woman’s carry-on luggage Monday morning. They opened it up and found a knife in the middle of a tray of enchiladas.

    “Looks like homemade enchiladas,” TSA’s public affairs spokesperson tweeted.

    The passenger reportedly told agents she has no idea how the 8 ½-inch knife got there.

    The agents took the knife and the Alaska Airlines passenger was allowed through security and onto her plane.

    TSA’s public affairs office tweeted out pictures of the hidden knife. (Editor’s note: The office’s initial tweets erroneously state the knife was found at Oakland International Airport).