That appears to be exactly what we have in a story about a drunk jackass in San Francisco posing as a TSA agent at the airport and luring women into secluded areas to grope them.
A man suspected of being drunk posed as a security screener at San Francisco International Airport long enough to direct a couple of women into a private booth for pat downs before real security staffers caught on to him, authorities said Wednesday. The 53-year-old San Francisco man was arrested on suspicion of public drunkenness after creating a stir at the A-side security checkpoint of the International Terminal about 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, said Sgt. Wesley Matsuura of the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.
Here’s how insane this is: airport security has so conditioned people to having their privates tweaked that the women in this story likely still don’t know that they were violated by someone posing as an agent, and all of this happened amidst the security apparatus the TSA has set up to begin with. It’s like a double trump card. Security sucks to point that two women were molested in their midst before anyone caught on and it was only allowed to happen by the victims because they’ve been conditioned to expect exactly this sort of thing.
Only then was he detained and charged with…public drunkenness. And nothing else. Why? Well, because the women he violated got on their planes thinking he was an agent and made their way to their destinations. If that doesn’t demonstrate the danger in all this, nothing will.