On his way home, the TSA agent inspects his bag and sees the rocket blower and asks “can it fly like a rocket?”. In a state of disbelief, Surapon wasn’t able to answer immediately, the blower was thrown away because, “if someone put gun powder inside this Rocket Blower, it can fly like a missile.”
There are no words. So for Lomographers out there traveling to the USA, we’d advice you to leave the rocket blowers at home.
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