Tuesday, January 5, 2010

JFK's Worthless Metal Detectors

Sixty-two-year-old Berna Keiler, a frequent flier, is used to taking a bit longer to get through airport security because her titanium hip implant always sets off airport metal detectors. Always, that is, with the exception of Terminal 7 at New York's JFK Airport.

Keiler tells the New York Post that she breezes right through security at JFK.

The TSA tells the Post that the machines have been tested and they work. Perhaps they should hire Keiler as a TSA tester to be sure.

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