TSA Agents Demand to Pat Down Passenger AFTER His Flight

Via Amy Alkon, the stupidity of this speaks for itself. Kahler Nygard had “SSSS” on his boarding pass, which means he should have gotten extra groping from TSA in the security line BEFORE his flight. Someone decided he didn’t get enough groping, so TSA met him when he exited the plane at his destination. Nygard rightfully declined the groping in Denver… there was no logical reason to grope him AFTER he was done flying and couldn’t possibly blow up the plane he just left.

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