This one comes from the TSA – and, by the way, I have no idea what the merits are in this specific case. What amazes me is the tin ear represented by the bolded part:
TSA says it will instruct screeners how to make repeated attempts to screen young children without invasive pat-downs. The instructions should reduce the number of pat-downs on children, TSA says.
Well, THAT makes me feel better, ya, you betcha. Nice to see that the TSA wants to keep the number of unnecessary gropings of kids down to the bare minimum. Well done, folks.
Yes, that’s sarcasm.
Via Hot Air Headlines.