A Georgia man wound up missing his flight home last week after admitting to a luggage handler that he had a .357-caliber handgun stashed in his bag. Authorities also found 15 rounds of hollow-point ammunition in a locked gun box. However, the TSA says guns are permitted in checked luggage, as long as they are "unloaded, packed in a locked hard-sided container, and declared to the airline at check-in," which it seems was everything this man did. It's unclear if he was detained or if the airport authorities were just slow to check his baggage, but, to quote the Post, the whole situation seemed "just plane dumb."