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The TSA Announced They Might Unwrap Your Christmas Presents

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The TSA has had an awful public relations year. Embarrassing 90-year-old women, patting down little children and so much more. So this is a fitting way for them to ring in the holiday season.

The TSA has announced that this holiday season, if you’re traveling and bringing gifts with you…yeah, they might UNWRAP THEM. Their official blogger wrote, “Wrapped gifts are screened just like any other item.”

“We can see through the paper just like we can see through luggage, but just as we have to open a bag when it requires a search due to an anomaly or an alarm, we have to open wrapped items as well.”

So…um…maybe wait until you land to wrap your gifts.

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