A friend of mine made the mistake of bringing weed on a plane once. While he didn't get caught, he said it was such an intensely paranoid trip that the smoke barely overcame it even after he landed without incident.
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Typically, we are not really fans of these kinds of videos where people try to put police or other officials in their place and record their interactions with them.
But this guy is just doing it right.
A drunk guy was busted at San Francisco International Airport this week after he had a few drinks, then decided to pose as a TSA agent and start patting people down in private booths used by the TSA for screening.
Airport security can be a hassle for just about anyone, but there is good news on the horizon; the Transportation Security Administration is expanding its expedited screening program called PreCheck to 60 new airports by the end of the year. Denver International Airport and Colorado Springs Airport are both on the the expanded list.
Before you get too excited, realize that PreCheck is going to cost you.
If you ever really wanted to sneak something on a plane that wasn't allowed you used to have to travel with a child under twelve. Now, you can also use a senior over 75. A TSA pilot program designed to limit pat-downs for passengers 75 and older has made its debut at the Fort Collins - Loveland Airport. The modified procedures are similar to those tested and implemented in 2011 for passengers 12 a