Sky News: US Security Agents 'At Heathrow For Olympics'

Discussion in 'Aviation Passenger Security in Other Countries' started by Mike, Jul 16, 2012.

  1. Mike

    Mike Founding Member Coach

    Sky News: US Security Agents 'At Heathrow For Olympics'

    Thought you'd escape TSA by sneaking out to London for the Olympics? Fear not! TSA will be on hand at Heathrow to juggle your jewels & fondle your boobs ...

    Sky News: US Security Agents 'At Heathrow For Olympics': Foreign officials have been drafted in to bolster security at UK airports in the run-up to the Olympics

    The Department for Transport has reached an agreement with the US Transportation Security Administration for specialist agents to be work at several UK airports. They will arrive one week before the Olympics, and leave around a week after the end of the Paralympics.

    Sky's Home Affairs correspondent Mark White said: "This is an added security layer that has been done to help boost and aid the American airlines in particular that fly in and out of the likes of Heathrow and other airports.

    "Nonetheless it is a very unusual occurrence and is significant." The move is aimed at helping US carriers in particular, but also UK airlines flying in and out of America.

    How thoughful of them to ensure that Americans receive their customary sexual abuse at British airports. :rolleyes:

    The agents will not be allowed beyond boarding gates, or onto UK aircraft.

    Why not? Gate rape a Brit today, I say!
     
  2. KrazyKat

    KrazyKat Original Member

    Just think of the added indignities they'll enjoy with the Paralympians. Swine.
     
  3. FriendlySkies

    FriendlySkies Member

    A free trip to England?! They must be so happy...

    I wouldn't be surprised if NoS usage is ramped up while they are there.
     

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