Thu, Apr 01, 2010
TSA May Have Stepped In It This Time
ANN April 1st Special
Edition: The parents of a 7-month-old baby girl were
detained at MCO this week after TSA agents overheard them refer to
a "bomb" in reference to their child. A TSA task force
proceeded to strip-search and interrogate the terrified family only
to learn that the child had a dirty diaper.
"We were handcuffed and forced to lay on the ground while bomb
dogs sniffed our child!" exclaimed the mother. All three were
taken to a secure location where they were strip searched and
scanned by advanced imaging systems.
"Following our very public TSA protocols, we swabbed every piece
of clothing and probed every orifice." said a TSA spokesperson.
"After spending hours of work and thousands of taxpayer dollars on
the investigation, none of the samples we took tested positive for
The TSA did report that several employees felt nauseated and
were treated at a local hospital after inspecting the infant.
Eyewitnesses at the time of the incident reported smelling a foul
odor as well.
"They couldn't handle a little poop!" the father told
reporters. "It wouldn't have been so bad if they'd just let
us change her in the first place. Still, I've smelled
"When she drops a bomb, you definitely know it!" joked the
father. Upon hearing their trigger word, the TSA immediately
re-arrested him for further inspection and questioning.
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