Open Post: Hosted By The TSA Reminding People To Not Send Pets Through The Airport Security X-Ray Machine

March 8, 2023 / Posted by:

Every day in airports across the world, security screeners probably get heaping eyefuls of the skeletal inner workings of double dongs, anal beads, and pocket pussies. But earlier this week, airport security agents experienced the utter shock of seeing the inside of an actual pussy! Surprisingly, this isn’t even the first time this has happened, and the TSA is reminding travelers that sending furry friends through the x-ray machine is a no-no, and they must let the cat out of the bag.

People says the unscathed cat’s owner was going through security late last week at the Norfolk, Virginia airport and left the probably confused/maybe indifferent feline in their carry-on. This led a TSA spokesperson to take to Twitter to let everyone know that this idea belongs in the litter box.

TSA spokesperson Lisa Farbstein posted the striking photo of the pet from the x-ray machine on Twitter, saying a traveler had left the feline inside its carrying case for the TSA checkpoint.

When asked if the cat was okay, Farbstein replied: “Yep. The traveler and cat had to go through screening the proper way once the TSA officers saw the X-ray image. The proper way being to remove the cat from the travel bag.”

Twitter replied with jokes, outrage, and some radiographic interpretations:

Are we sure this wasn’t some kind of Amelia Bedeliayou’re going to have to move that coke through airport security in your pussy” mix-up? At any rate, x-rays at the vet are steep, and this owner should get an award for finding the dumbest way possible to get a freebie.

Pic: TSA Northeast/Twitter

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