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NASHVILLE INT’L AIRPORT — A Wyoming man walked through a TSA checkpoint with a raging erection on Tuesday, daring TSA officers and even fellow passengers to give him an invasive pat down.
“I’m next,” Warren Kelvin, 34, screamed as he pushed to the front of the security line. According to TSA officials, Kelvin had ingested two Viagra and wore sweatpants without boxers for his Southwest flight from Nashville to Phoenix.
“I thought he was carrying a baton in his pants,” said Amanda Watershed, second shift supervisor of the A Terminal at Nashville International Airport. “Nope… That was his penis.”
Even though TSA officials allowed Kelvin to initially pass through security without the controversial pat down, the passenger on more than one occasion got back in line until he felt that he had been thoroughly inspected. Kelvin finally got the invasive pat down by 38-year-old officer Duncan Allbright after 80 minutes and four trips through security.
“Even after we let him pass through he kept walking out of the terminal and getting back in line,” said Watershed. “Finally, Duncan had to bite the bullet for everyone and do a thorough screening of him in a private [security] room.”
then you admit that it is not good for us?
lol as long as it doesn't kill you then it's fine? even if you acknowledge that it's not good for you? good to know....
anyone like you is also completely fine with their public water being dosed too lol.
how can you even claim it keeps your country safe if numerous people have completed the process and boarded planes with weapons or even without a passport/ticket since the introduction of tsa? there have been over 25,000 security breaches since lol. wat?
why does the tsa have to fire so many employees for petty crimes such as theft of luggage if they keep you so safe?
yeah, the effects of fluoride on the human body is a conspiracy lol have a nice day.
stop using public water lol? why not stop dosing public water? did your research in environmental engineering teach you about the effects of fluoride/other chemicals on the human body?