passengers play by the rules at u.s. airports
This article is published at 23/11/2010 (3183 days ago)
Therefore, the information in it may no longer be up to date. ATLANTA —
Despite the tough talk on the Internet, there is little sign of a passenger uprising in many major American citiesS.
Airport, few people refuse X-
A ray scan that can peek through their clothes.
Those who refuse the machine will be photographed.
Including a down search for the crotch and chest.
Many travelers say scan and shoot
It\'s not too much inconvenience, and
Taking measures to make them feel safer is inevitable in any case.
Earlier Tuesday, at LaGuardia Airport in New York, Jenny Street.
Amand was photographed.
In front of her husband and two children. The 45-year-
Old man from N. FredrictonB.
I think she got one because her bra\'s underwear tripped over a metal detector.
She chose to shoot.
In public rather than in private, it is done professionally by a female broker.
The director of the traffic safety authority, John pistoller, pleaded with travellers to understand and urged them not to resist altogether --
Body scan on Wednesday
One of the busiest cities in AmericaS.
Because this year is the eve of Thanksgiving, it is the day of the year. About two-
More than 30 Americans support the use
According to The Washington Post, in order to strengthen safety, the human body scanner
ABC News poll released on Tuesday
But half of the 514 adults surveyed by telephone said more stringent pat-
Don\'s gone too far. —