You won’t bypass TSA security, but you can cut the stress
Just in time for one of the busiest travel seasons of the year, the Transportation Safety Administration instituted a number of new measures, including a full body scan that, frankly, is quite revealing. In addition, anyone refusing the scan and its attendant radiation must submit to a patdown (a nicer term for being frisked by a stranger).
All these rather draconian methods are in response to what the TSA says are increased threats of terrorists’ smuggling bomb components or weapons through less stringent airport security.
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