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We’ve seen people of all shapes, colors and sizes commit acts of terror (mostly big and dark brown or small and pasty white), but we’ve yet to see how the terminally ill are plotting against our national security.
Dunaj tells reporters that officers with the TSA told her she couldn’t have a private pat-down and instead made her remove her bandages and even ruined a bag of saline solution she was carrying with her, all within plain sight of every other traveler passing through the security station.
If the border-line sexual searches weren’t enough to turn the public against the TSA, this man’s big mouth will probably seal the deal. He goes into detail about how easy it was to steal cameras, Wii’s and more from paying customers. He says “stealing from passengers’ luggage says the practice is ‘commonplace.’”
“It was so easy. One day I walked out of there with the video game, the Nintendo Wii. I walked right out of the checkpoint with the Nintendo Wii in my hand,” he said.
TSA agents on the take justify their actions, he explained [by] [saying]
Work can become unbearable and sometimes you just have to find something worth going for, be it friends, sexy workers or all the alcohol you can drink.
More than 100,000 of the tiny tipples — along with other duty-free swag such as perfume and cigarettes — were stolen by the team, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said.
Brown charged the booze hounds with larceny and possession of stolen property after a five-month sting dubbed Operation Last Call.