Jenny Spitalin stopped at the security checkpoint

Jenny Spitalin stopped at the security checkpoint

The Stray Spetalen family traveled to the famous Saint-Barthélemy, also known as St. Barths, in the Caribbean to celebrate Christmas this year. The trip was documented by Sophie Stray Sabtalin, 20, on Snapchat on Tuesday.

Jenny Stray Spitalin appeared at a fashion party in London


When she and her sister Jenny Stray Spitalin, 21, were going through security at Oslo Gardermoen Airport, they ran into problems.

“Jenny got caught at ‘security’ for cowardice,” Sophie wrote in a photo showing a luggage belt and a guard wearing gloves checking her sister’s bag.

– It has become a threat, the sister continues.

Image: Screenshot from Snapchat

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You can also watch a subtle film of Jenny standing and talking to a guard.

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“She now has to explain herself and her motives for smuggling cheese across national borders,” Sophie wrote in a humorous tone.

Responds to criticism

Responds to criticism


It is not known whether the older sisters were allowed to take “smuggler goods” with them, but the box was not supposed to be just one box.

“Jenny tried to smuggle cheese through security, but it didn’t go according to plan. She was stopped 3 times because she smuggled 5 buckets of cheese. She also has to go through extra screening because they think she can get more,” Sophie laughs in the following video where she films herself And she’s talking.

Sophie Spitalin appeared on Rød Løper at the Custome Awards, and we chatted with her about life. Video: Nora Scavhoj. Correspondent: Catherine Pelkey.
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The situation seems to have resolved itself, as the family now lives in a luxury villa on the celebrity island in the Caribbean.

Has Spetalen been checked? Avinor She may have learned on websites before departure that liquids are not allowed on planes, unless they are packed in smaller containers in a plastic bag. The limit per passenger is one litre.

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“Everything that is liquid, spreadable or in gaseous form is covered by the rules for liquids. Frozen liquids are still considered liquids. For example, water, soft drinks, wine, spreads, gels, cream, deodorant, perfume, lip gloss, mascara, toothpaste, shaving foam, spray cans, etc. Of similar texture.

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Many people have committed the problem of cottage cheese in the past. In 2007, NRK legend Trond Viggo Torgersen (71) reacted strongly when he was refused boarding a plane because of semi-liquid lunch cheese, the Daily Mail reported. The newspaper online.

Jenny Spitalin and Sophie Spitalin did not respond to Dagbladet’s inquiries.

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