OK then, let’s try this:
A convicted felon carrying a gun  steps onto a plane  with a knife in his pocket . He’s boarding the plane using fake tickets/boarding pass , a fake ID , and a fake passport  with an expired visa . He’s from a nation whose residents aren’t allowed to come to the US due to sanctions . Furthermore, he’s on a terrorist watch list but got past Security anyway . With him is a 12-year-old prostitute [10,11] from Cuba . In his wallet are photos of him having sex with her . He’s got his hand on her butt . He’s taking her across state lines to have sex with her .
So, without a carry-on bag full of controlled substances (hence the accusation of “padding” ), he’s got two items that he can’t take on a plane (gun and knife).
Here’s how I work it out: simply by being a felon in posession of a gun, he’s already violating one law. When he steps onto the plane, he’s commited two crimes (posessing the gun in the first place, AND bringing it onto the plane). Being a felon doesn’t prevent him from having a kife on his person, but you cannot bring a knife onto the plane, so that’s three. At this point, I could pad his list of crimes significantly by having him bring other items that are prohibited on a plane (scissors, etc.). But I won’t. The fake tickets, fake ID, fake passport and expired visa are all crimes as well. I’d imagine that needling past airport security when your name is on a terrorist watch list isn’t a crime in itself, but actually getting on the plane is. As for the prostitute - I’m not sure that simply being in the company of a prostitute is a crime, but I think the authorities would find something to charge him with, particularly if she’s a child. Thus, travelling with a 12-year-old prostitute is TWO crimes at once: one, because she’s a child, and the other, because she’s a prostitute. By having his hand on her butt when he boards the plane, he’s also guilty of child molestation.