Oenophiles are a homeland security

Oenophiles are a homeland security risk!

The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that the Rochester airport was cleared after security screeners lost track of a woman with a corkscrew in her carryon.

Of course, corkscrews can be found in airplane galleys all across the country, where they are used to open bottles of wine (in first class).

The woman had taken it from the restaurant in the hotel she had checked out of that morning.

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