The Vilnius Airport in Lithuania is celebrating the holidays in the way only an airport can.
While families all over the world have been placing stars and angels atop their Christmas trees, the Lithuanian airport has fashioned a tree of its own. However, you may notice a slight difference between this tree and the traditional one.
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This tree is decked with items confiscated from passengers during security screening, according to Marius Zelenius, Lithuanian Airports’ Head of Communication. Knives, lighters, and scissors (oh, so many scissors) take the place of ornaments, lights, and ribbons. It’s five feet tall and took over two weeks to craft, BBC News reported. Read more…
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