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Prohibited and restricted items lists

Prohibited and restricted items lists

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Published by: caroline_crampt3842 on Jul 12, 2012
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Prohibited items are things youcannot bring into London 2012venues – you won’t be allowed toenter venues i you’re carrying anyo these items when you arrive.I you’re carrying an item that isillegal under UK law, or could beused in illegal activities, this will beescalated to the police. There areno storage acilities available and i  you surrender an item, you won’t beable to get it back.Items that are prohibited romLondon 2012 venues are: Liquids, aerosols and gels inquantities greater than 100ml.Please also read the list o restrictions on liquids, aerosolsand gels Alcohol Tents, placards, spray paint or anyother item which could be used todemonstrate within the venue orsabotage property Glass bottles larger than 100ml(excluding medication containedin glass bottles) More than one sot-sided bag o 25 litre capacity (you must be ableto t your bag under your seat) Walkie-talkies, phone jammersand radio scanners Personal/private wireless accesspoints and 3G hubs (smart devicessuch as Android phones, iPhoneand tablets are permitted insidevenues, but must not be used aswireless access points to connectmultiple devices) Laser pointers and strobe lights Items too large to be electronicallyscreened Bicycles, olding bikes, roller-skatesand skateboards Pets or animals (excluding serviceanimals) All types o knives and bladeditems, including pocket knives andknives carried as part o culturaldress (excluding the Sikh article o aith kirpan/ceremonial dagger) Oensive weapons or implementssuch as bayonets, fick knives,extendable batons, sharpenedcombs, modied belt bucklesand loose blades modied intoweapons Personal protection sprays such asCS or pepper sprays Firearms and ammunition(including replicas, componentparts or any device suspected tobe a rearm) Fireworks, explosives, fares andsmoke canisters Hazardous and toxic materials Controlled drugs, includingsubstances which look likecontrolled drugs Items that resemble prohibiteditems such as replica guns or hoaxexplosive devicesSee the next page or the list o restricted items.
The prohibited items are different forFootball venues – please check theOlympic Football venue pages formore details.
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London 2012 emblem©LOCOG 2012
KnivesFirearms andammunitionCS sprays andexplosivesFireworks andexplosivesStunningdevicesAlcoholDemonstrationarticles oritemsOensiveweaponsHard-sidedbagsIllegalsubstancesPets andanimalsHazardousand toxicmaterialsBikes,skateboards,and rollerskatesWalkie-talkies,jammers,scannersWirelessaccess points,3G hubs

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I wonder if you're allowed to bring dust in? I have some in my trouser pocket and am uncertain if that excludes me from the venues.
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