Colorado woman turns tables on TSA, gropes an agent.

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        A Colorado woman has been arrested for giving the TSA a little taste of its own medicine.
        Yukari Mihamae, 61, was flying to her home in Colorado from Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix, Arizona when she groped a female TSA agent’s breast. According to a police report, Mihamae grabbed agent Barbara O’Toole’s “left breast through her clothing.” She’s accused of “squeezing and twisting it with both hands; a felony.”
        To further their "Double Standard" TSA has a strict "Hands Off" policy when it comes to women in Burkas.
        Do you think this is a fair treatment, a felony for what TSA already does or it is a Catch-22?
        Has this policy affected your flying habits?
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        Bluntly, it's BS. 
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        The TSA agents are doing a job for the safety of all passengers boarding a plane. 

        If we don't agree with it....don't fly.

        To grope an agent is stupid, petty and foolish. Should it be a felony?  No.  Should she be fined and banned from flying?  Probably.
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        Ya know did you guys also see that some 90+ year old woman was asked to remove her diaper for examination by TSA ?
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        So they can publically humilate a 90 year old woman but not frisk a woman in a burka because it might pissoff some fanatic.  Get a woman officer to do it.  If they want to take it further, ban burkas.  You never know who is under there.  That old woman had no reason to be groped and hats off to her.   That's my kinda senior citizen.    And I don't fly, and won't fly.  So my dream of going to Australia is just wishful thinking. 
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        That was a stupid thing to do but I wouldn't say it's a felony, no damage was done there, right?
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          I would say its not a felony.  She just wanted to give her a taste of her own medicine so it's the same difference surely?  She has made a valid point.

          As for women in burkas getting different treatment - I really don't agree.  Pretty soon, we will all be travelling wearing a burka.

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