250. TSA’s New Policy (2)

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Cher called her supervisor. He tried to explain situation to teary-eyed Brooke. He told her that Transportation Security Administration couldn’t take a chance on boarding the plane. “For all we know,” he , “your breast could actually be a deadly bomb disguise. Once you get on board, all you to do is pull on that ring to the bomb, like you would pull the ring a hand grenade. I'm sorry, but our motto Better Safe than Sorry.”

The next day, Brooke well-known Los Angeles lawyer Gloria Allred. Allred immediately a lawsuit against TSA. She held a televised conference. “If a nipple ring might detonate a bomb,” Allred asked, “then why does TSA allow rings on planes? Maybe someone could pull on wedding ring and detonate a hand bomb! And would a pretty young girl like Brooke want blow herself up? TSA is going to be they made this mistake.”

Just two days later, announced that passengers with body piercings would no have to remove their jewelry, as long as allowed TSA to “visually inspect” all the jewelry. , TSA reimbursed Brooke for her original plane ticket, her a round-trip first class ticket to Atlanta, paid her an undisclosed cash settlement.

“This is victory for the people,” Allred announced in a press conference.

“This is a victory for TSA,” a TSA spokesman. “It allows us to focus life and death issues rather than waste our time waiting for travelers to remove all their .”