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Fake TSA clerk gropes women at SFO; but hey, no harm, no foul

By Lisa Simeone - Posted on 17 July 2014

Ah, I love waking up to stories like this! It's like living in absurdist theater, only the people running the theater are too stupid to see it for what it is. 

At San Francisco International Airport yesterday -- SFO -- you know, that airport where they have the magical will-fix-every-problem private security -- a drunken 53-year-old man made it past the TSA's sanctified behavior detection officers and other "security" clerks and posed as a TSA screener, actually succeeding in directing at least two women to a private booth where he could grope them.

No, I am not making this up.

Read the rest at ABombazine.

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