(Del Monte)

Guess what a TSA agent found in a can of tomato juice at Nashville’s airport?

Why would a traveler flying out of Nashville International Airport pack a can of Del Monte tomato juice in his or her checked luggage? And why was that can X-raying so bizarrely — showing solids instead of liquids inside?

These are surely questions Transportation Security Administration workers were asking themselves when they discovered a false-bottom can packed with marijuana last month at the Nashville airport.

The TSA’s award-winning Instagram provides the world with a fascinating portrait of the items regularly confiscated at airports throughout the U.S. — mostly firearms and other weapons, but occasionally drugs, small dogs who snuck their way into baggage and even live eels, snakes and turtles.

A 2014 TSA post made the rounds in December because a passenger had stashed some hash or edibles inside a jar of peanut butter. This tomato juice catch is a lot less messy than the peanut butter bust, and for good reason. Other popular stash cans are modeled after carpet cleaners, batteries and even WD-40.

From the TSA’s Instagram:

“TSA’s screening procedures, which are governed by federal law, are focused on security and are designed to detect potential threats to aviation and passengers. As has always been the case, if during the security screening procedures an officer discovers an item that may violate federal law, TSA refers the matter to law enforcement. This was the case after our officers discovered marijuana in the false bottom of a can of tomato juice that was located in a checked bag at the #Nashville (#BNA) International Airport.”