Oh, the humanity!

Passenger’s pepper spray discharges; 9 TSA screeners affected

At San Jose’s airport today, a can of pepper spray discharged after it was removed from a passenger’s bag, and nine security screeners were affected.

Two of the Transportation Security Administration screeners were taken to a hospital for treatment, while the other seven were examined and found to be OK, a TSA spokesman said. No passengers were affected, no flights were delayed and no one was arrested.

After all this, there are still conflicting reports on the gender of the passenger of had the pepper spray in the first place.

No wonder they need us to get naked now.

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  1. Ruth Anne says:

    Citizen’s arrest!! Citizen’s arrest!!

  2. Nations Girl says:

    “Need to be”? Innocent passengers boarding their planes need to be virtually strip searched in America?!? I think your exhibitionist-self is talking, Tammy.

  3. jdb says:

    They (yes, they) don’t want to see you naked. They just want to make damn sure that you understand that they can take naked pictures of you whenever they choose to do so. You must comply. Resistance is futile.

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