(WSCR) Going through security processes can be hassle.

Some security check points force patrons to empty their pockets, remove their belts and shoes, and undergo a frisking.

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According to a report, when 19-year-old Devante Saxton was going through security at the River Valley Juvenile Detention Center in Joliet, he emptied out his pockets for security, just as should have.

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The problem, however, was when Saxton emptied his pockets, he took five bags of marijuana from his jacket and put them in a bin to be scanned by the metal detector.

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Smooth move.