Call Keith: TSA Orders Man To Undergo Extra Groping After He Lands
WHEN Minnesota’s Kahler Nygard headed to Denver he was flagged as a person of interest. At Denver Airport, the airline Spirit, the TSA and above all KEITH decided he hadn’t been searched properly. The Keithians wanted to analyse Kahler after he’d flown. They wanted an extra feel.
Fox News says Nygard, “was on a list that should have singled him out for screening — but that didn’t happen.”
According to the report, Nygard should have been subjected to enhanced screening at Minneapolis Airport because his name was, “on the secondary security screen list known as “quad S,” and Nygard, “had a boarding pass designated with four bold S’s.”
Four S’s. Not two?
Stood amidst a trio of KEITH’s platoon, Kahler decided not to comply. He just leaves.
At which point KEITH (which is most likely an acronym) implodes.