TSA breaks top cellist's bowThe Strad
Feb. 13, 2013
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A rare Heinrich Knopf bow belonging to Alban Gerhardt was damaged by security officers as he entered the US. In what the cellist called Ďan act of brutal and careless behaviourí, the bow stick (left) was snapped in two, over the bridge of the cello, by air security staff at O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, as they examined the caseís contents.