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The airport security man could have chosen any one of the queue of passengers to undergo a ‘nude’ security scan.
Surprise, surprise, he picked blonde ex-Playboy model Donna D’Errico.
The former Baywatch beauty claims she was singled out although her bearded boyfriend Roy J Bank actually looks like a ‘stereotypical terrorist’.
She adds that she saw officers from the Transportation Security Administration ‘leering’ at her scan, which reveals every contour of the body.
Miss D’Errico said she felt ‘overexposed’ at being chosen to go through the scanner.
as opposed to overexposed posing in playboy.
This is what the world is coming to. Former playboy models (this is the second one) are now using the TSA for publicity.
Originally posted by silo13
Ya know women are funny about that. It's something called CHOICE.
It's also something called WHEN AND WHERE.
Fergie obviously made the wise choice to head into the scanner and be done with it.
Um, she posed in Playboy when she was a twenty five year old kid. She is 41 now, and if men want to leer at her, they need to PAY to PEEP and trot out and buy the magazine so they can do so.
Originally posted by earthdude
Kinda funny, if she didn't want men learing at her she should not have posed in Playboy. I suppose she was mad because they didn't pay for the peep show.
Would airport operators be liable in the Screening Partnership Program?
The Transportation Security Administration is of the opinion that airport operators who do not perform screening services should not face liability for screening services, whether they are provided by TSA employees or companies under contract to TSA. TSA bases this opinion in part on the fact that airport operators do not control Federal screening standards and have no authority over either TSA TSOs or TSA screening contractors. Ultimately, a court of competent jurisdiction would most likely decide the issue of liability depending on the facts of a specific case. www.tsa.gov...
Originally posted by Crakeur
reply to post by earthdude
pretty much destroys her argument, right?
she poses in a magazine most often held up with one hand and then complains when someone is ogling her?
Why wouldn't they notify the press?
Nobody's even asked how the press picked this up. Want to know how?
Her publicist had to have notified the press. Otherwise, like the rest of her career post Baywatch, it would have gone unnoticed.