Travel Items Banned From Overseas

If you’re returning to the United States from a trip abroad, make sure you leave behind the many items that are currently banned in America. And, if you’re traveling internationally, you also need to pay attention to what you pack before you leave. It’s not too surprising you can’t bring your handgun or illegal drugs when traveling anywhere internationally. But some seemingly innocent everyday items you might carry with you are actually banned in MANY countries abroad.  For now, leave the following items at home if you’re traveling to certain countries. While not all items are banned in all countries, better safe than sorry.


1. Toddler Walkers

2. Pepper Spray

3. Poppy Seeds 

4. Women's Fashion Magazines

5. Pit Bull Dogs

6. Chewing Gums

7. Books Containing Occult Practices 

8. Medicines Containing Pseudo-ephedrine

For a more complete list, check with your travel agent or proper authorities.



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