Do you feel guilty when TSA screening officers pull out the Costco bottle of water or lotion that you had forgotten in your carry-on?

It could be worse. Your forbidden article could be immortalized in the annual list of the most unusual discoveries of the TSA. This is distinct from his series of routine captures such as firearms (loaded and unloaded), which were found in record numbers last year.

The top 10 this year, highlighted in a TSA video released Monday, includes a royal python in Barbados wrapped in nylon stockings and stowed in a hard drive, a razor glove for Freddie Kreuger and more.

1. Razor glove

Hartsfield-Jackson Intl. Atlanta, Georgia

2. Round inert mortar

Evansville Regional Airport, Indiana

3. giant scissors

Nashville International Airport, Tennessee

4. "Grenades" of tuxedo

Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey

5. fake bomb

O & # 39; Hare International Airport, Chicago

6. Hidden knife

LaGuardia Airport, New York

7. Snake in the hard drive of the computer

Miami International Airport, Florida

8. Glove with saw blade

Denver International Airport, Colorado

9. rifle

Hobby Airport, Houston

10. ice ax

O & # 39; Hare International Airport, Chicago

Travelers curious to know what they can take on a plane can contact TSA via social media and visit the agency's website.

Manufacturers of the tuxedo "grenade", a bottle opener peddled as a men's gift of honor, were not ashamed of being on the list and made it an opportunity marketing on Twitter.

Bottle Breacher, based in Tucson, Arizona, warns buyers of the $ 39.99 Freedom Frag Tuxedo not to bring them to the airport. Inert or not, grenades are not allowed in carry-on baggage or checked baggage because potential explosives must automatically be checked by an explosives specialist or a police bomb squad before the bag is worn. open, said the TSA.