- Adult Baby
- Diaper Lover
Poohbearboy said:By law TSA can not stripe screach without Probable Cause at anytime because it would break the law and you could sue them for violation of your fourth amendment rights. The only thing TSA could do is a normal pat down of your person unless they find something for further cause to do a stripe search of your person.
With all due respect but you do realize that airports are not covered by U.S law but by international law correct? If anyone here does not believe me I would normally cite sources that can prove this for the fact that it is but this time I am going to do even better. If anyone here thinks I am wrong then go call any TSA agent anywhere on U.S soil and ask them. Why? Because then you can independently confirm this for the fact that it is for me. We are not protected like that at airports as one would think. TSA agents do not need probable cause which is why random screenings and searches of that nature are in fact legal because their jurisdiction happens to be international law and not U.S law. This is the other reason why I don't fly.
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I think I should add that I have seen people who wore diapers through a security checkpoint and had nothing happen to them. Well I don't doubt that actually. The problem is what happens if you wet the diaper intentionally or accidentally before trying to pass through a security checkpoint? You see TSA agents are looking for liquids not diapers when you pass through those checkpoints. If you said that you passed through security with no problem let me take a guess you where dry right when you did it? Try wetting a diaper and do the same thing and tell me you passed through a checkpoint without being searched then tell me that nothing happens. I would highly recommend that you record doing that as well because there is going to be a lot of plausible deniability if you make that claim.