The cost of refusing a TSA scan
Having second thoughts about those new full-body scanners being used at airports by the Transportation Security Administration? The federal agency charged with protecting the nation's transportation systems may want to take a second look - at you.
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Since: May 10
#1 May 4, 2010
Passengers may not refuse any security check once they enter the airport. If you refuse the scan, then you will be immediately taken into custody, brought to the airport security office, and strip searched. It's no joke. Once you step inside of any airport you must comply with all security requests.
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