I got caught red-handed whilst attempting to sneak into an airplane a 150-gram cup of nonfat vanilla yogurt with active cultures of bacteria at the Washington National Airport 2 weeks ago. Imagine the horrendous act of fermentation I was about to unleash among an airplane full of innocent lactose-intolerant passengers had it not been for an alert Transportation Security Administration official who would not let anything so dangerous as a cup full of Lactobacillus acidophilus pass the security check. Despite my hungry pleas that it was to be my lunch, my cup of cultured milk product was safely defused by the TSA official in the nearest garbage can. I wasn’t even allowed to consume it then and there.
Pull the lid and
Aren't you feeling safer already?