- A transgender and disabled TikToker claimed in a TikTok video that TSA agents at Milwaukee Mitchell Airport and Los Angeles International Airport sexually assaulted his girlfriend and broke his walker.
- TSA agents allegedly forced the TikToker to stand without his walker for 20 minutes and sexually assaulted his girlfriend during a pat-down while asking for her “breast size.”
- The TikTok video has received over 27,000 likes and 109,000 views since being uploaded on Monday.
In a TikTok video posted on Monday, a transgender and disabled man described being discriminated against by Transportation Security Administration agents at Milwaukee Mitchell Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.
The alleged incident occurred at the Milwaukee Mitchell Airport on May 19 and at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on May 21, reported The Daily Dot.
Security agents at Spokane International Airport (GEG) in Washington state confiscated a pair of ninja throwing knives from a passenger earlier this week.
The knives, also known as kunai, were discovered in the passenger’s carry-on bags, which should not contain certain sharp objects.
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A 25-year-old Instagram influencer was stopped by LAX airport security after she was caught with “like 20” bags of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos in her carry-on bag.
Emily Mei was simply trying to deliver the addictive chips to her friends in Korea when she was stopped and inspected by the TSA.
A Chinese student was stopped from entering the United States after telling customs officers that he was carrying a bulletproof vest in his luggage.
The student, whose name was not revealed, came back to the country through Detroit Metro Airport on August 27, New York Post reported.
A passenger on Delta Air Lines alerted the airline crew that they were carrying a firearm after it had passed airport security and was heading to Narita International Airport in Tokyo, Japan.
The Transportation Security Administration acknowledged in a statement that security procedures were not followed at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on January 2.
A Chinese man traveling back to his hometown has shocked the security personnel of a bus station when his luggage was found to contain two severed arms last week.
The 50-year-old man, surnamed Zheng, was caught as he passed by a security checkpoint at the bus station in Duyun, Guizhou Province on July 31.