Stuffed animals serve a simple purpose: To be cute and cuddly. As such, they’re imbued with a sort of innocence, so far as inanimate object can be, which is perhaps why someone thought no one would notice if a sweet little teddy bear was stuffed chock full of what could be stolen credit cards. Transportation Security Administration agents at Boston’s … [More]
The agents found the drugs in the concealed in the luggage of a man traveling out of the airport at San Jose
Twenty of a record-breaking 1,855 firearms discovered so far this year by TSA agents at airports around the country. The previous record, set just last year, was 1,813. And it's still early November. We're back with another 100 GunFAILs,...Show More Summary
Five of 39 guns "forgotten" by their owners and found by TSA agents at airports across the country, Oct. 10-16. A total of 268 guns were discovered since the last GunFAIL list was published in mid-September. Okay, it's time to get out of the summer doldrums, already. Show More Summary
Last Wednesday TSA agents at Burbank detected a loaded gun in the carry-on of rapper Todd Anthony Shaw, known as Too Short or Too $hort depending on how stuffy you are. This kind of thing happens quite a lot. Almost always, the travelers are immediately cited, and often they're even allowed to proceed to the plane. Show More Summary
Shannon Thomas of Cleveland, Ohio is suing the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and wenty unnamed TSA agents for opening an urn containing his mother's ashes and spilling them throughout his suitcase. Cleveland Scene magazine broke...Show More Summary
TSA Agent: Sir you can’t bring this deathstar into the country. Darth Vader: But that’s just a moon! TSA Agent: That’s no moon sir. [Source: Reddit | Via]
TSA agent Damien auditions with 'It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday' on The Voice 2014 Season 7 Blind Auditions. Watch the video here: The post Damien sings ‘It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday’ on The Voice 2014 (Sneak Peek) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
TSA agents have discovered approximately 182 guns at airports around the country since we last tallied our GunFAILs in mid-August. It's time to catch up with the world of GunFAIL, with another economy-sized package of 100 accidents, mishaps and assorted failures. Show More Summary
A study found that experienced TSA agents have trouble with facial recognition. Photo by Flickr user LucastheExperience. On Monday, a detailed study released on the website PLOS One revealed that many TSA agents and international airport...Show More Summary
If you've been lucky enough to enjoy a vacation this summer, you've most likely handed your photo ID over to a TSA agent (or your own country's equivalent). But according to a study published Monday in PLOS ONE, endless practice hasn't turned them into human passport-scanning machines. Show More Summary
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God bless Bob Burns. He's the 12-year TSA agent who, last year, decided to create an Instagram account for the Transportation Security Administration. The TSA, as you know, is responsible for keeping all the guns, knives, bombs, rocket launchers, grenades, snakes, Samurai swords, cocaine, and so on and so forth from getting on planes. Show More Summary
A while ago, I argued that there is a climate of fear created by our domestic security forces that is slowly corrupting us: But the real question is why did no one else do anything to stop it [TSA agents … Continue reading ?
It's easy to forget that the Transportation Security Administration is out for more than just your bottled water. Indeed, every week TSA agents find dozens of firearms, most of them loaded, in travelers' carry-on baggage at airports across the country.
She doesn't have a ticket to ride, but she don't care! A woman is being accused of actually making it past the handsy gropers…uh, we mean our nation's finest TSA Agents, and boarding a Southwest Airlines flight from San Jose to LAX without a ticket! Ugh, TSA! You have ONE job! Also, how did she get on [...]
Remember last November when Paul Anthony Ciancia took his scary black gun in the Los Angeles airport and shot up the place? He killed on TSA agent and wounded two others. I guess that wasn’t on the mind of Peter Nathan Steinmetz when he made his “political statement” on July 25th when he strolled around […]
Arthur Pichardo, a TSA agent, took a taxi to LaGuardia Airport at about 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, but did not pay the fare, Port Authority officials said.
A TSA agent refused to let a Washington, D.C., resident through an Orlando airport's security checkpoint because he didn't know the District of Columbia was in the U.S. After producing his D.C. license, journalist Justin Gray was asked by the confused agent to present a passport to prove he was an American. Show More Summary
Drunk guy poses as TSA agent and pats down two women, defense attorney admits laundering drug money, and pro-marijuana banking bill passes Republican house.