TSA - Getting closer to you every inch their fingers move up
WCNN - Reporter
August 8, 2014
The latest TSA prevention method will include all cavity checks. The security experts at the TSA have been suspicious of what people have been inserting and carrying aboard the plane. "There are just too many holes in the human body not to check them," says the TSA spokesperson, Grabby Halfrape.
Pants and underwear will no longer be worn through the TSA checkpoints. The subjects boarding the plan will receive either a rectal exam or both a rectal and vaginal exam - depending on sex of the subject boarding the plan.
The TSA is currently working on partnering with proctologists and gynecologists to combine efforts. The TSA workers could then send their reports to the specific doctors thus saving money. Any saved money will be inserted into the subjects said body holes during the next TSA examination.