Two TSA agents posted at Denver International Airport have been fired after it was discovered that they had worked out a scheme allowing one of the agents to grope unsuspecting male passengers as they passed through security checkpoints. TSA authorities...
SPOT, the TSA's billion dollar "behavioral detection" mind-reading program, is now apparently in use at Walt Disney World, Seaworld and other Florida attractions. Read the rest
The TSA is a huge part of any frequent traveler’s life. Yesterday, I wrote about how I had to argue with an agent that I was arriving on the correct day for my midnight flight. In the Google Hangout Launch Party, once we went “off-the-record,” we talked a little bit about what you can and... The post Craziness Dealing with the TSA appeared first on Le Chic Geek.
The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books at USC this weekend will feature hourlong sessions on travel topics like how to get the best deal for your next vacation and what the eased rules mean for travel to Cuba.
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Planning a vacation getaway to Disney World? Just be careful how childish you act and what costume you wear, because anything you do could be counted against you.
I recently had a bizarre situation when going through TSA security. I had a red-eye back to DC shortly after midnight. So technically, my flight left on the next day. I went up to security and presented my ticket. The TSA agent scanned my ticket and it properly beeped. Show More Summary
Last year the Transportation Security Administration netted $675,000 in loose change left by passengers passing through security at the nation's airports, and the agency is on track to collect $1 million this year. Passengers at SFO left behind $34,889, the...
Two Transportation Security Administration employees at the Denver International Airport have gotten in hot water over what has come to be known as the TSA groping scheme. Two TSA workers, whose identities have not been shared, are accusing of groping more than 10 men while working at the Denver airport. Show More Summary
Most of the people who’ve flown out of airports in the United States know how annoying it can be to […] The post Two TSA Agents Fired For Conspiring To Grope “Attractive” Male Passengers appeared first on Crime Feed.
By now, you may have heard the story about how two TSA agents at Denver International Airport were fired recently after it was revealed that they had worked out a scam by which one agent was able to grope and fondle the genitals of male massengers he found attractive. Show More Summary
“Do not ever, ever accept a private search from the TSA unless you’re up for an assault. Demand they do the search in public and make sure you have lots of witnesses. Yes, it might be a bit embarrassing for you but it beats having to live with an assault. Show More Summary
Few trust the TSA. While the need for security is undeniable, few trust the government agency that operates with too little oversight and who’s personnel hold entirely too much power
It still hasn't caught any terrorists, but it has managed to root out a conspiracy of gropers (maybe sub-conspiracy is a better term) within its own ranks, according to this report. After another employee reported that a screener at Denver... Related Stories Chillin' With a Owl: Followup Progress on the Police-Filming Front Prosecutor Declines to Prosecute Himself
Because we really need flying to be more uncomfortable.
The TSA's 3-1-1 liquids rule can be a bit of a beauty buzzkill. But what if you could carry on your complete skincare routine, without restrictions? Here are the best solid perfumes, soaps and shampoos, so you can leave your quart-sized...Show More Summary
With the possible exception of fares, no aspect of air travel is more misunderstood than the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoint. Christopher Elliott, Nat Geo Travel's consumer advocacy guru and author of "How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler," busts the most common myths.
Two TSA agents were fired for an alleged scheme to allow one of the agents to grope the passengers of his choice at the Denver airport. Read the rest
Two TSA screeners have been fired for conspiring to fondle male travelers. Police learned of the illicit activity last month when an official with the TSA’s inspector general’s office contacted them “in regards to a possible Unlawful Sexual Contact” at Denver International Airport, according to a Denver Police Department report first disclosed by CBS4. As [...]
Prior to the 9//11 attacks, you only had to worry about airport baggage handlers beating the hell out of your luggage or stealing your valuables. Thanks to the post-attack panic, there's a new layer of ineptitude and deceit your luggage is subjected to on its way to its destination (which may not be your destination). Show More Summary