It seems like pretty much everyone hates the TSA these days.
After refusing a full body scan, John Tyner in San Diego was told that he’d have to submit to a pat down. Tyner then recorded his conversation with security personnel, where he tells them, “If you touch my junk, I’ll have you arrested.” He was also threatened with a $10, 000 fine. The video, and the controversy over TSA practices, has received some serious attention online. CNN covered the story Monday.
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And on the heels of this story comes news of another passenger getting dramatically irate with security. Although this time it’s a 3-year-old girl being searched.
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The TSA at an airport in Chattanooga, Tenn. conducted a body search on the three-year-old daughter of a television reporter, Steve Simon, after the little girl set off the metal detector twice. Dad then recorded the incident on his phone and the video shows a terrified Mandy being searched by a guard, screaming and crying the whole time.
Whether or not you agree with the TSA security measures, it is a bit of a head-scratcher to hear of a terrified three-year-old being searched by a guard, or extra security being requested because a traveler requests that his “junk” not be touched.