1. Do Not Carry A Brief Case

The briefcase bomb is the oldest trick in the book and you will be detained if you’re carrying one. Not only that, but there is a good chance you will be hauled off and surrounded by armed guards until your brief case checks out.

And even if it does check out, it is likely they will take it away from you anyways. It’s best to just leave it at home.

2. Look Presentable...

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