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November 15th, 2010
Airport Body Scanners

Wanna See A Sexy Naked Lady??

There's a lot of talk about full-body scanners in airports...in addition, a lot of concerns over what the scans will show.  What they will reveal?  What if it's (shhh!)sexual?!

Screw passenger safty!!  Dammit!  The most important question when it comes to this new security procedure: how naked do you look in a full-body scan?

The answer might surprise you, because although many people are really enjoying making a fuss about privacy and morals with this magical way to see underneath your clothes, the resulting images resemble something more morbid than sexual.

What we do know about full-body scanners is that you can wear whatever you want to try and evade the prying eyes of the TSA—heavy wool sweaters, pleather pants, and even the finest vicuña coat—but the machines will display all your naughty bits to whoever is on duty. For this reason, the UK is understandably upset that full-body scanners violate child pornography laws, since they essentially reveal genitalia. Thus, passengers under the age of 18 are exempt from full-body scans while the matter undergoes further discussion by the airport council.

So, how dirty are these full-body scan images, anyway? Armed with the full power of Google Image search, our research department (Sarah) was sent on a mission to find the nakedest, most revealing full-body scan pictures available on the web—which are probably TSA testers anyways. And below are the results...

WHOA momma!! Sterile sex on a screen...yeech!

Honestly, the images above may excite a coroner, forensic scientist or CSI geeks obsessed with autopsy photos over sexy pictures. Going through airport security is not a who's hotter naked contest; it's a who's carrying the most dangerous items contest, and full-body scanners are calibrated to pick out knives and not G-strings (although they will see a switchblade in your G-string).


As far as privacy over the full-body scan images?  The TSA has no plans to venture into the T&A industry...

"To protect privacy, the image will be shown on screens in a completely different area than where the screening is taking place," the AP reports. The Transportation Security Administration officer doing the screening will never see the computer image, and images will not be saved, according to a TSA spokeswoman.




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