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Security Checks: Taking your belt off

Security Checks: Taking your belt off

Old Jan 6, 19, 6:16 am
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Security Checks: Taking your belt off

Apologies if this is common knowledge, but I learned it only today from a newspaper article (F.a.S.): The agents at the airport screening checkpoints obviously are not allowed to ask you to remove your belt as this is a piece of personal privacy (can‘t explain any better in english).

I was actually wondering a few times already why this is handled so differently around the world.

In any case, if you take it off it reduces the riks for a beep ...
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Old Jan 6, 19, 7:02 am
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But putting the hand inside the trousers (after the "beep") isnt 'invading personal privacy'? Hilarious..
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Old Jan 6, 19, 12:14 pm
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Get a belt that doesn't set off the WTMD. Mine doesn't, even though the buckle is metal.
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