Flying with metal plates.

  wolfie3000 22:51 05 Jan 2007

I will be flying to america soon for a holiday,
My question is,
I have

  GANDALF <|:-)> 22:53 05 Jan 2007

I see the magic mushroom season is upon us.


  spikeychris 22:53 05 Jan 2007

Is it a film or book? How many words?

  wolfie3000 22:54 05 Jan 2007

sorry i messed up my browser has gone mad sorry.

  wolfie3000 22:56 05 Jan 2007

FE can you delete this thread please.

  Forum Editor 23:00 05 Jan 2007

When I was fifteen I was the best rugby player the world had ever seen, and one day while scoring a particularly fine try I decided to show my team members how easily you could break one of the goalposts with your knee.

The goalpost is probably still there, but my knee broke that day, and was repaired with a titanium pin in the kneecap. It's still embedded in the bone, and I've since flown around the world more times than I can count, so I'm qualified to reassure you that your metal plate will not set off the alarm as you pass through the scanner.

That was what you wanted to know, wasn't it?

  wolfie3000 23:15 05 Jan 2007

sort of FE but i know about the pins and plates in me and the fact they wont set off any alarms in the airport,
Im more concerned with insurance and if theres any reason that i wont be able to fly (see other thread).

  Forum Editor 23:57 05 Jan 2007

I'll lock this one now.

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

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