Mature Metal (non)Detectors

Posted: June 16, 2018 in Chastity, Fetish, Kinky, Male Chastity, Mature Metal, Orgasm Denial

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I’ve written at least a couple times previously about going through standard metal detectors at public venues (baseball games, the county courthouse, etc.) while wearing my Mature Metal chastity devices–and not setting off any alarms. That’s old news now, but I have a couple of newer stories to share along those lines that are kind of fun!

First, a few weeks ago Angel and I went to see some stand-up comedy. Trevor Noah (from “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central) was in town and we had tickets! It was being held at an older venue in our city that we don’t go to very often; in fact we had only been there one other time earlier this year when there was a kid show that we took the boys to see. I knew from that experience that this place does NOT have metal detectors installed at the doors at all, so I didn’t even give it a second thought to show up still locked as usual.

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What I did NOT expect, was that for this event they had security guards inside with the wand style metal detectors. Sometimes at places like this I’ve seen them just do the occasional spot checks, but here they were pretty much wanding everybody! Well, maybe not EVERYONE.. Ladies like Angel who were carrying a purse, only had their bags checked then were sent on through. But for me, I was definitely getting the wand.

For the first time in a while, I was a little nervous approaching the gates, wondering if I would set off any alarms. I almost reached for my wallet to pull out the little card I keep in there to explain my “situation,” just in case. But I didn’t. Instead I simply kept the words “body jewelry” right on the tip of my tongue ready to spout out at a moment’s notice.

First I tried to kind of casually step around Angel as she was having her bag looked into, but nope–the security guard was having none of that! 🙂 She asked me to take anything metal (keys, phone, etc.) out of my pockets, then proceeded to scan me with her wand. Down one side… back up the other.. Maybe it was my imagination but I could have sworn the wand made its way right in front of the crotch, but….

Once again, NO ALARMS!!

“Enjoy the show!” the security guard said, as I breathed a silent sigh of relief! I quickly caught up with Angel and as we made our way to our seats I joked a bit with her about sneaking in some metal again right under their noses. At least it’s no weapon or anything, but I do almost have to wonder sometimes just how effective these checks really are that are supposed to be helping to keep everybody “safe!”


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Maybe a week or so after that particular experience, Angel and I were at a professional baseball game again–our first one this year. Here, I KNOW that they have metal detectors at all of the gates, but I’ve been through them enough times with the Jail Bird that it doesn’t even phase me at all anymore.

I placed my keys, phone, etc. into the bucket and walked right through the detector.
BEEEEP BEEEEP BEEEEP! Oh, crap- did they increase the sensitivity on these things for this season??

I think my heart must have skipped a couple beats as I quickly stepped back behind the line kind of patting my pockets, wondering if I could blame a belt buckle or something. Or worst case, “Body Jewelry” immediately flew into my mind again.

Luckily, as I re-checked my pockets, I did discover a little metal trinket that I had completely forgotten was in there. I’m pretty sure I had taken it from my 3 year old earlier in the day to keep him from eating it or something! I set that on the table and walked back through the detector with no more alarms whatsoever. That’s more like it!

So once again, at the end of the day it was completely a non-issue for me to go through metal detectors at a public venue while locked in a steel chastity device. I’ve heard stories of others who HAVE set off alarms before, even with real stainless steel like mine (as opposed to chrome-plated, whatever other metal a device might be). Is it a Mature Metal thing? I guess I just don’t really know, maybe the more solid tube style devices would be more prone to this, no matter who makes it? As small as my device is and the open design keeping some space between the bars, I guess it’s possible that this simply isn’t dense enough to set off these alarms.

Not that I’m complaining mind you. I would much prefer NOT have to explain to every rent-a-cop that I encounter at something like this, that I’m truly not packing any weapons, my wife just keeps my dick locked up in a cage most of the time!

Comments
  1. Barbara_nylons says:

    That is a very informative article. Very good to have real world experience to judge by when considering whether we should remove our devices for events. I suppose what the community needs is a series of controlled tests with detectors at various sensitivities and devices of varying sizes, but that is a lot of effort. I wonder what Mature Metal has to say about their alloy?

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  2. I’ve worn my Steelheart to my company distribution center protected by metal detectors and have set off the alarm. I always blame it on my belt buckle plus leave my ID badge and holder clipped to my belt.

    I haven’t had the courage to try it at the AAA baseball games in town or the concerts we go to on occasion. I think the solid tube makes a huge difference in metal detection.

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  3. hehehehehehe I am glad you got through ok.

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  4. We’ve always been careful to remove the cage anytime we have to go through a metal detector device. How large is your jailbird? Perhaps it’s not large enough to set off the alarms. My cage portion is around three inches long. I worry that’s enough steel to show up!

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    • pcguy0681 says:

      You do have a little bit more metal down there than I do. I’m at 1 1/2″ long, and only 1 1/4″ internal diameter on my cage. I do have a double base ring, at 1 3/4″. I’d be curious to know if yours did set anything off at a public venue like sporting events or something, but also completely understand the nervousness to try it and find out!

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