Airport Security Tag
A man going through security at O’Hare International Airport with his wheelchair-bound toddler was stopped when a TSA agent pulled his son aside. The TSA’s head-scratching history of singling out children isn’t news at all, but this is a new low.
What happens when objects that would set off any metal detector are strapped to the side of the body, not the front? Blogger TSAOutOfOurPants conducted an experiment. And what he found is more than surprising — it’s dangerous.
At a public appearance on Tuesday, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano noted that soon enough you won’t have to press your bare soles against the cold floor of the airport of your choosing.
We bet the 95-year-old woman who underwent extensive pat downs by the TSA won’t be to happy to hear this. A Nigerian man flew from New York to Los Angeles without a valid passport or ID and an expired plane ticket last week.
An 8-year-old boy from Oregon, who, while flying with his family to Disneyland, got the chance to do the terrorist shuffle with a TSA agent at the Portland International Airport. Why aren’t the TSA agents complaining?