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TSA Pats Down Flashpoint Star

TSA Pat Down
TSA security officers at Rhode Island's Block Island Airport patted down Flashpoint actress Amy Jo Johnson and forcibly removed her underwear during the search, an unconfirmed airport employee reports. Could this end up being yet another TSA PR nightmare?

Unconfirmed sources claim that Amy Jo Johnson was scheduled to depart May 18 from Rhode Island on a flight to Toronto to continue work on her hit CTV television series when the incident occurred.

A traveler who was booked on the same flight as the former pink Power Ranger told OOMN that while she thinks the officers may have been "procedurally correct...the procedure needs to be changed."

A Suspiciously "Warm" inner thigh area.

Unknown Electronic Device
According to unconfirmed sources, while passing through security, TSA officials “found an unknown electronic device” in Johnson’s carry on luggage that prompted agents to give the actress a security pat down. During the routine pat down TSA agents "felt something suspicious and they couldn't determine what it was," so they took Johnson to a private room.

A TSA agent told Johnson that her inner thigh area was "suspiciously warm and stimulating to the touch” and that they absolutely needed to check that area thoroughly. The TSA agent asked Johnson to remove her undergarments and prepare for a full exam. “I’d never felt anything quite like it,” said TSA agent Mathilda June. “It was like she had some sort of biological incendiary device between her legs. It was so warm and inviting, like a Jamaican beach at noon during the summertime. You really want to stop there and sort of soak it all in,” added Agent June.

Amy Jo Johnson
Johnson was then allegedly informed that “due to safety concerns" the agents would need to keep her undergarments “for further study” but the actress remained "very calm" even though she was forced to board her flight without her underwear and unknown electronic device.

TSA Defends Search

In response to the incident, the TSA said "While every person and item must be screened before entering the secure boarding area, TSA works with passengers to resolve security alarms in a respectful and sensitive manner. We have reviewed the circumstances involving this screening and determined that our officers acted professionally and according to proper procedure."

1 comment:

  1. A biological incendiary device between her legs? That might be the funniest thing I've read all year!