Tennis balls, grappling hooks and ‘containers of bodily fluids’ banned from RNC

FILE - In this June 28, 2016 file photo, work continues on the main stage for the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Donald Trump’s team promises an extraordinary display of political entertainment at the Republican National Convention, with the accent on entertainment.(AP Photo/Mark Gillispie, File)


CLEVELAND, Ohio (WKBN) – The city of Cleveland has released a list of banned items not allowed inside the Republican National Convention “event zone.”

Some of the items include fireworks, lasers, switchblades and any dangerous ordinance, weapon or firearm that is prohibited by Ohio law.

Other items include tents, umbrellas with metal tips, tape or rope longer than six inches. The complete list contains over 27 categories of items.

The “event zone” excludes secure spaces accessible to the public, such as streets, sidewalks and public grounds.

The convention begins July 18 and will host 2,470 delegates and 50,000 spectators.

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