Amanda Seyfried Accidentally Brings Swiss Army Knife on Plane, Tweets to TSA

Amanda Seyfried
Amanda Seyfried tweets a photo of her Swiss Army knife after airport security failed to find it. Courtesy of Amanda Seyfried; Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images (inset)

Not so secure? Amanda Seyfried noted a faulty security check point while taking a flight on Friday, March 14. 

"Dear TSA: This Swiss Army knife wasn't detected through security and I unknowingly carried it on board. Scary!" Seyfried, 28, tweeted along with a photo of the open switchblade. 

The A Million Ways to Die in the West actress has had her share of problems with various airlines through the years. Last month she tweeted, "Quiz: Which airline hires sweat robot photographers to stalk their passengers? #businessasusual." 

This came after The New York Daily News reported that the actress flew into a rage after landing in LAX  Airport to discover photographers. 

"How the f— did you know I'd be on this flight?" she asked those waiting for her at the gate. "I hate American Airlines! They always tip people off where celebrities are going to be."

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