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Don't Touch His Junk

Dabs

Registered Member
The news was hilarious today....while watching HLN, I saw where the airports were scanning people and telling them they were going to pat them down, etc...and one guy, after being told how he was going to be pat-down....(the airport security person said he was going to feel inside his thigh like this, and feel his groin like this)....the passenger said Ok...but he quickly added..."If you touch my junk, I'm gonna have you arrested!"
Too funny.
So they got extra security because of that passenger's remark.......the guy who made the remark was on camera later, and confessed to saying it and he faces a fine and he was escorted out of the airport!
Other awaiting passengers said they would rather everyone, including themselves, be 'groped'.......so they know they are in safety..and not amongst someone smuggling in a bomb.
Junk....good God......where did that phrase come from??
I know it's called a penis and a pecker and genitalia and so many other "proper" words for Tv...but junk??
~LMAO~
So, how do y'all feel about being groped when preparing to ride an airplane??
Do you feel it's a violation??..or for your own safety??
 

generalblue

Where is my Queen?
Lol! You see he is not the only one that calls his Johnson junk. :lol: I wouldn't mind if they touch my thighs, I think it was only once when security accidentally touched my peter but I thought nothing of it.
 

Interested

Registered Member
I bet some singles even appreciate it heh

I don't mind. Just like I think that everyones DNA should be stored, I don't mind being groped in a process of ensuring my own and my family's safety. I would prefer same gender though. Doubt that's the case for men heh
 

Dabs

Registered Member
This safety crap at the airports tho, has been all over the news, because of the upcoming holidays.
And the guy who used the phrase "don't touch my junk"...actually taped his escapade, and it is now on YouTube.
He first refused a body scan..then he worded his phrase when it was time for the pat-down.
Personally, I would rather have a body scan that have someone touch me~
I just think it's funny the way the man used the word junk :)
 

Starfire86

Registered Member
I actually have a trip I need to take in January, and after the research I've done I've decided I'm taking a Greyhound. These body scanners are a danger to your health; there have been studies done that conclude that they emit enough radiation to not only cause cancer, but to give you cataracts. It's an invasion of my privacy- if I'm menstruating and choose to use a tampon, they can see it inside of me on the scanner! Not to mention the fact that it violates the 4th amendment. Where's due process? Why do I have to be treated like a prison ward just because I bought a plane ticket?
And if you choose to opt out of the scan, your only other option is the "enhanced pat-down" where TSA agents are actually authorized to put their hand down your pants, inside of your underwear and fondle your genitals. Women have their breasts lifted, smooshed together, spread apart, all in the name of National Security. CHILDREN are getting fondled by strangers. How is that ok? We teach our children that no adult can look at or touch their genitals because it's wrong, but then we're supposed to subject them to that treatment just because the government says it has the authority to do so?
So what's the solution? As of right now, the only thing I can do as a citizen is to not fly, and that's what I intend to do. Hit them where it hurts (the pocketbook) and remind the airlines that they work for US.
 

Mirage

Secret Agent
Staff member
V.I.P.
Believe it or not I actually support these measures. It's not a violation of the Constitution because nobody is forcing anybody to fly. If you want to fly, you're going to get searched, plain and simple. I'd rather everybody get groped and know that flights are safe than get blown up or hijacked because nobody got groped and some fool had a bomb or weapon on his or her person.

To be fair though, I wouldn't recommend going through the scanners. I've heard similar things like what Starfire mentioned. Major radiation, etc. I'll pass on that and go with the enhanced pat-down.

If you don't like it, ride the bus. Unless of course somebody has a better way of finding bombs hidden on people? Feel free to offer your suggestions for discussion. :nod:
 

PretzelCorps

Registered Member
If you're going to be mad at anyone, be mad at the drug smugglers and airplane hijackers that make such measures necessary. :mad:
 

konboye

Registered Member
Well, I'd grope myself and say "see, its just my equipment, nothing more".

Seriously, body scanners aren't effective anymore?
 

ATARIGUY

Beermister
The news was hilarious today....while watching HLN, I saw where the airports were scanning people and telling them they were going to pat them down, etc...and one guy, after being told how he was going to be pat-down....(the airport security person said he was going to feel inside his thigh like this, and feel his groin like this)....the passenger said Ok...but he quickly added..."If you touch my junk, I'm gonna have you arrested!"
Too funny.
So they got extra security because of that passenger's remark.......the guy who made the remark was on camera later, and confessed to saying it and he faces a fine and he was escorted out of the airport!
Other awaiting passengers said they would rather everyone, including themselves, be 'groped'.......so they know they are in safety..and not amongst someone smuggling in a bomb.
Junk....good God......where did that phrase come from??
I love it and it is not necessary to touch anyones junk male or female !!!
 

Dabs

Registered Member
I love it and it is not necessary to touch anyones junk male or female !!!

After this news aired, a couple of female passengers came forward and said they were sexually harassed......stating they were 'felt up' so to speak.
It got me to thinking.....men, considering their "junk".....can be groped and all, but women have this opening down there....damn, is it going to get to the point where they want to start checking INSIDE all our orifices??
 
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