Yes, The TSA is Laughing at Your Naked Body

I know you’re going to be shocked when you hear this, but it seems that the TSA screeners at your local airport are, in all likelihood, laughing at your naked body when you go through the scanner. A former TSA agent turned blogger confirms the sordid (and entirely expected) details.

Via The Daily Mail:

‘I witnessed light sexual play among officers, a lot of e-cigarette vaping, and a whole lot of officers laughing and clowning in regard to some of your nude images, dear passengers,’ the former agent wrote.

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The blogger partially attributed this childish behavior to lack of education and training, saying that this is what happens when people ‘fresh out of high school or a GED program’ are put in charge of analyzing nude images of people in a hermetically sealed room.

The writer explained that according to TSA rules, no one is allowed to enter or leave the image analysts room without warning in an effort to ensure that the agents on duty never see the passengers whose nude image they had just viewed.

The blogger added, however, that he had personally witnessed some officers sneaking a peek at the people whom they had seen on the scanner.

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  • samthor

    an abuse of power? who would have thunk it?

  • emperorreagan

    Barely literate “security officers” operating useless but incredibly expensive machinery purchased from firms with former high-ranking government officials on their boards and staffs to protect us from a absurdly exaggerated terrorist threat?

    So what are they, the trolls in this fairy tale?

  • Andrew

    At least they’re not retching.

  • Tuna Ghost

    It’s not my fault my genitals are the size and shape of a Cinnabon cinnamon roll, that is merely how God shaped me

  • http://www.dionyossylvester.com Dionyos Sylvester

    But there are more qualified people that can do this job with respect and candor, but are unemployed.

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