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Is that a dildo in your luggage or...?

For some people, the idea of flying away to another country on holiday represents endless possibilities for fun and relaxation. But what are the tools necessary for unwinding after a stressful last few months in the office? Changes are that your 'horn of plenty' could take second place to a lengthy novel about medieval politics and some duty-free vodka.

If not, you can breathe a sigh of relief if you are one of our cousins across the pond concerned with what kinky extras to pack into your luggage for your vacation in Vegas.

The Transportation Safety Administration has given the official line on exactly what sex toys are safe to bring on board an aircraft in your carry-on luggage, we learn from the San Francisco Chronicle.

The TSA 'whose job it is to consider fully such matters, has decreed that vibrators are OK. The TSA says whips, chains, leashes, restraints and manacles are OK, too. Any law-abiding citizen has the right to carry any such device onto an airplane.'

'TSA spokesman Nico Melendez said passengers could save time with a little common sense. Inspectors are doing their job. They are trained professionals and they know a vibrator when they see one. They will not confiscate a vibrator. But they are trained to pay attention to electronic devices.'

You might be pushing your luck with any round spherical sex device named the 'Sex Bomb' though...

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