A 95 year old woman had to remove her adult diaper during TSA pat down.
Given that the decision to demand that a 95 year-old mortally ill woman remove her diaper before she can pass security check looks like a really bad decision, where does the fault reside? E.g., in the fact that there wasn’t any presumption about what is reasonable? Or maybe the fault lay in the assumption that a lump in a depends diaper is suspicious? Or perhaps TSA agents need a course in critical reasoning? Or all of the above and more?
What do you think?