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Prohibited and restricted items London 2012

Prohibited and restricted items London 2012

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Prohibited items are things you
cannot bring into London 2012
venues – you won’t be allowed to
enter venues if you’re carrying any
of these items when you arrive.
If you’re carrying an item that is...
Prohibited items are things you
cannot bring into London 2012
venues – you won’t be allowed to
enter venues if you’re carrying any
of these items when you arrive.
If you’re carrying an item that is...

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Prohibited items are things you cannot bring into London 2012 venues – you won’t be allowed to enter venues if you’re carrying any of these items when you arrive. If you’re carrying an item that is Contents UK law, or could be Subhead illegal under Contents Body used in illegal activities, this will be escalated to the police. There are Contents Body available and if no storage facilities you surrender an item, you won’t be Contents Body able to get it back.

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– Items too large to be electronically screened – Bicycles, folding bikes, roller-skates and skateboards – Pets or animals (excluding service 0 animals)

Fireworks and explosives

Stunning devices

Alcohol

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– All types of knives and bladed items, including pocket knives and 0 knives carried as part of cultural dress (excluding the Sikh article of 0 faith kirpan/ceremonial dagger) – Offensive weapons or implements such as bayonets, flick knives, 0 extendable batons, sharpened 0 combs, modified belt buckles and loose blades modified into 0 weapons – Personal protection sprays such as 0 CS or pepper sprays

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Items that are prohibited from London 2012 venues are:

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Demonstration articles or items

Offensive weapons

Hard-sided bags

Contents aerosols and gels in – Liquids, Body quantities greater than 100ml. Contents Body the list of Please also read restrictions on liquids, aerosols Contents Subhead and gels Contents Body – Alcohol
– Tents, placards, Contents Body spray paint or any other item which could be used to Contents Body demonstrate within the venue or sabotage property

Illegal substances

Pets and animals

Hazardous and toxic materials

– Firearms and ammunition (including replicas, component 0 parts or any device suspected to 0 be a firearm) – Fireworks, explosives, flares and 0 smoke canisters – Hazardous and toxic materials – Controlled drugs, including substances which look like controlled drugs

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– Glass bottles larger than 100ml (excluding medication contained Contents Body in glass bottles)

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Bikes, Walkie-talkies, Wireless skateboards, jammers, access points, and rollerskates scanners 3G hubs

– More than one soft-sided bag of 25 litre capacity (you must be able to fit your bag under your seat) – Walkie-talkies, phone jammers and radio scanners – Personal/private wireless access points and 3G hubs (smart devices such as Android phones, iPhone and tablets are permitted inside venues, but must not be used as wireless access points to connect multiple devices) – Laser pointers and strobe lights

– Items that resemble prohibited items such as replica guns or hoax explosive devices See the next page for the list of restricted items. The prohibited items are different for Football venues – please check the Olympic Football venue pages for more details.

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– Excessive amounts of food – Balls, rackets, frisbees or similar objects or projectiles – Noisemakers such as hunting horns, air horns, klaxons, drums, vuvuzelas and whistles – Any objects or clothing bearing political statements or overt commercial identification intended for ‘ambush marketing’ – Flags of countries not participating in the Games (this excludes the flags of nations under the umbrella of a participating country such as England, Scotland and Wales) This document should be read in conjunction with the list of restrictions on liquids, aerosols and gels.

In addition, there are restrictions on the use of some items inside venues. Check with staff if you’re unsure about using an item inside venues, as some items may disrupt competition, obstruct the view of other spectators or create a safety hazard. Items that are restricted in London 2012 venues are: – Large flags (bigger than 1 metre x 2 metres), banners and poles – Oversized hats – Large golf-style umbrellas – Large photographic and broadcast equipment over 30cm in length, including tripods and monopods. You cannot use photographic or broadcast equipment for commercial purposes unless you hold media accreditation

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