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Cancer surviving flight attendant forced to remove prosthetic breast during pat-down

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - A Charlotte-area flight attendant and cancer survivor contacted WBTV after she says she was forced to show her prosthetic breast during a pat-down. ( Plus d'info...

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Absolutely ridiculous...
How many terrorists have been overweight, white, cancer surviving, flight attendants? (who have in flight access to the cockpit and enough training to bring down a jet single handed from outside the cockpit).
rdzr1 0
No wonder the TSA is getting a bad rap. Iditoic!
andy streit 0
Whats more amazing, is TSA goes through one, a single, background check. That"s it. Just one. Where as pilots, FA's, ground service, ect go though a minimum of 2. Its amazing these former Wal-mart cashiers and busboys are given the job of protecting our skies. If anyone needs to be worried about terrorism, its from the TSA itself. If they are allowed to bypass security like they do, then who knows what else they can being into the secured area besides their can of soda, yogurt, and anything else us "normal joes" can't bring.
Lynn Lawless 0
What do you expect from a government that has become riddled with incompetency. When you use an employer of last result this is what you get.
Matt Comerford 0
Preston Elmer 0
Who agrees with this? I know who doesn't, the American people. But who does? The ludicrous Government.
Steve Myung 0
TSA has gone to far....
Jane Ford 0
I agree ..... absolutely ridiculous. TSA now stands for "Total Sexual Assault" !! Jane, USAir-PHX
Steve Jasper 0
The voters agreed by voting for the representation who made the decision on our behalf. Freedom is not Free.
james sloat 0
Very sad that the TSA agents are turning out to be just as bad or worse in some peoples eyes as the suspected terrorists that these procedures are supposed to guard against. Homeland Security and TSA management are a complete joke. They are just pandering to the idiots that just don't have a clue. The most respected security advisors in world have just called the current TSA procedures unecessary and behind the times. I do agree that something needs to do be done, however, we need better leadership within the TSA and Homeland Security who are not taking money behind closed doors for their own greed.

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