At a Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport security checkpoint, the Tsa confiscates juice box and baby food due to the items allegedly testing positive for trace amounts of explosive materials.
Imagine being searched and patted down before entering such places as a hotel, a shopping mall, a museum, a stadium, a train station, a place of worship or a bus depot and going about your routine business.
Should those people who are not airline passengers be allowed past the airport security checkpoint?
In response to the public outcry regarding the revealing images of passengers produced by airport security checkpoint scanners, the Transportation Security Administration, or TSA, responded.
FlyerTalk member weekilter is in a lather over a question asked of him at an airport security checkpoint in Phoenix by the Transportation Security Administration, or TSA: Why do you have so much soap? Not to burst anyone’s bubble, but apparently when soap is mixed with water, it could be a liquid, which is allegedly…