God bless the TSA. Not that I agree with their methods of security, or think that people don't have a right to feel seriously violated by screenings, but it feels like they're in the news all the time. After a while, even with all of the crap that they often put people through - you kind of feel sorry for them, right?
Well, Israeli model and former Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover girl Bar Refaeli doesn't seem to be losing any sleep over the plight of the TSA agent.
According to Refaeli's Twitter account, the model had an unpleasant time while traveling this week. Not only did she tweet that she received an "uncomfortable" patdown from airport security, but he gave her opinion on the reason as well. Check out the tweet below:
I got a security 'patdown' by a woman at the airport that made me feel very uncomfortable and left no doubt about her sexual preferences
There's no doubt about what she's implying there.
At least she was able to joke about it later with gossip blogger Perez Hilton:
@PerezHilton yea well. At least it wasn't in a dark alley 😉
Just yesterday we told you about an Oregon man who stipped buck-naked in protest of what he felt was "harassment" from TSA agents. Images and video from that incident went viral, as he held up traffic in two screening lanes and forced children to avert their eyes.
If Bar Refaeli would have made a similar gesture, I doubt there would be many people averting their eyes.[Lead Image from Facebook]