Skip to comments.Female Passengers Say They’re Targeted By TSA
Posted on 02/14/2012 11:13:31 AM PST by rawhide
A Dallas woman says TSA agents repeatedly asked her to step back into a body scanning machine at DFW International Airport. I feel like I was totally exposed, said Ellen Terrell, who is a wife and mother. They wanted a nice good look.
When Ellen Terrell and her husband, Charlie, flew out of DFW Airport several months ago, Terrell says she was surprised by a question a female TSA agent asked her. She says to me, Do you play tennis? And I said, Why? She said, You just have such a cute figure.
Terrell says she walked into the body scanner which creates an image that a TSA agent in another room reviews. Terrell says she tried to leave, but the female agent stopped her. She says, Wait, we didnt get it, recalls Terrell, who claims the TSA agent sent her back a second time and even a third. But that wasnt good enough.
After the third time, Terrell says even the agent seemed frustrated with her co-workers in the other room. Shes talking into her microphone and she says, Guys, it is not blurry, Im letting her go. Come on out.
Ellen and Charlie Terrell are convinced that the extra screenings were unnecessary, possibly even voyeuristic.
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Need to sue them individually for sexual assault.
Unfortunately, that is not always relevant - not with certain softball coaches, PE teachers, and TSA "women".