Baby Pat Down
May 11, 2011 by staff
Albuquerque Jacob Jester bound passengers standing in line with the TSA, when he noticed a woman with a child who was about the same age as his son.
When it passed the safety turned and realized the TSA had held up the woman, the new Australian site reports news.com.au.
Jester took the picture down pat and set it to your Twitter account with the message: “I just saw # pat TSA agents for a small baby in @ KCIAirport pretty sure it is extreme.”
The photo has sparked outrage and debate, and now has been viewed 310,295 times.
However, the TSA has maintained a policy of a “modified” pat down for 12 years or less.
This is not the first time a tap of a child has generated a debate: In April, a 6-year-old, patted him, building a heated discussion about the practices of the TSA.
MSNBC jester spoke with his experience, and news from the TSA about the incident in particular.
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