Denver Post- The TSA contacted the police sex crimes unit on March 19 and gave a detective information about an investigation that led to its firing of the unidentified screeners at DIA, a man and woman.
An anonymous employee contacted the TSA in November 2014, and told them a male screener had told her that "he 'gropes' males who come through the screening area," according to the police report.
The agency had an investigator observe the screening area.
On Feb. 9, the investigator noticed the male screener give a signal to the woman who controlled the touchscreen system.
When a male Southwest Airlines passenger entered the scanner, the investigator noticed the woman "press the screening button for a female," the report said.
The male screener then conducted "a pat down of the passenger's front groin and buttocks area with the palms of his hands, which is contradictory to TSA searching policy," the report said.
Under questioning by the investigator, the female screener admitted that she had responded to her fellow screener's signals at least 10 times.
She knew that doing so would allow him to perform a pat down on a male passenger that he found attractive, the report said.
I have always wondered what kind of people choose to be TSA agents and get bombarded by hundreds of thousands of people a day. Looks like I have my answer. A couple of morally corrupt gay dudes that want an excuse to cop a feel. Hey, don't hate the player, hate the game. It's the perfect crime. Do you know the difference between a thorough body search and sexual molestation? I certainly don't. If these guys have been groped than I sure as hell have too. It's part of the social contract. You want to hop on a plane and get across the country in a timely manner? Then you got to accept that someone might pat your ass and attempt to pickpocket your coin purse. No harm, no foul. Grow up for me one time. Don't cry about it to the authorities like a little bitch. Could you be more homophobic? Listen, I don't play both sides of the fence, but I can suck it up and let a man get handsy for a few seconds. Take it as a compliment. From here on out, I am just going to assume that every time I get stopped for a search that person wants to fuck me. Man or woman, that is what we call an ego boost.
As men, we talk about how women are held to a different standard when it comes to their sexual history. Well, guess what guys, there is a double standard at TSA too. It says that you can't grope women without catching a case, while we have to shut up and take it like men. That's partly because we are more likely to be criminals, and partly because we are less likely to squeal when we get dry humped while going through security. Either way, It's a double standard that I am not all that uncomfortable with. These guys are just mad because they probably liked it a little more than they thought they would.
Get in there Larry. Not a doubt in my mind that guy's name is Larry.