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Prudery or Security?

November 1 2002 at 3:45 PM
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Good point- What if she had been braless? Will Ashcroft (the guy who covers topfree statures) make a new rule that women have to wear bras in order to fly in airplanes?

One could argue she was merely helping the inspectors do their job. Indeed, I don't think it would be impossible at all to hide some sort of device (perhaps a small vial of chemical) in a bra that would go undetected through airport inspections.

Clearly we have a basic conflict here between America's prudery and America's Security. I prefer security myself!


PS:- BTW- It's not just women with this concern- airport inspections is a frequent topic on my Freeballers forum.

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