SPECIAL INVESTIGATIVE REPORT (SR) - After reading reports of some females being improperly patted-down by TSA airport security workers, we performed our own undercover investigation to see if this is really happening. Our findings were startling.
We sent an operative playing the part of air passenger (my girlfriend Ginger) through security at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport Wednesday morning, while I followed in line and filmed her treatment on my iPhone.
After politely refusing to walk through the scanner, Ginger was pulled aside by a female TSA agent for a hand pat-down. Almost immediately, the agent's shoulder appeared to brush Ginger's right breast. Seconds later, the agent again made contact with our traveler's right, then left breast while feeling around her waist area. By the time Ginger was allowed to pass, we recorded over 16 contacts with her breasts area by TSA employees, security devices, area furniture, and even decorative plants - plainly in sight of other passengers.
Our investigation proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that TSA agents are, in fact, groping female passengers. We gave photos of the inappropriate behavior to the Phoenix TSA office and are awaiting their response, and will update this story when we receive it.