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Eliana Sutherland, pictured here at Disneyland, claimed she was subjected to additional security screening because of the size of her breasts.
OK, kids, we’ve all heard of the new invasive pat-downs being done by the TSA on folks who are traveling by air. Well, here is a new one. Apparently a well-endowed woman now claims, in a story posted in The Daily Mail, that she was pulled out of line by a pair of male TSA agents for an additional pat-down due solely to the size of her breasts.

Eliana Sutherland was flying from Orlando International Airport and said she felt violated by security workers.

It was the latest revelation to hit the Transportation Security Administration which imposed the checks and whose officers have been on the receiving end of a series of allegations.

Sutherland’s claims come on the heals of thousands of other American who have become outraged over the institution of new, tighter airport security measures, that include full body scans and hands-on pat-downs.

‘It was pretty obvious. One of the guys that was staring me up and down was the one who pulled me over,’ she said. ‘Not a comfortable feeling.’

Many frustrated passengers are talking about a boycott of the airlines, However, reports from airports across the U.S. indicated that passengers had chosen not to take part in the planned protests.

The Perfessor

Fashion website Cargo Collective has hit on an innovative method for Americans to make their feelings known about the TSA security checks - by emblazoning it on their underwear. Passengers can buy boxer shorts, bras and pants suggesting airport staff brush up on the 4th Amendment before subjecting passengers to pat-downs and body scans. The site even offers children's polo shirts branded with the words 'READ THE 4TH AMENDMENT PERVERTS' for parents fearful of their child's privacy being breached.

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