Mom Told You to Wear Clean Undies: Better do it if you’re Flying to Grandma’s House

Mama always told you wear clean underwear – you know, just in case you got in an accident. Better do it now, especially if you’re flying to Grandma’s house for Thanksgiving dinner.

According to a Schnitt Show listener, he arrived at the airport and saw the man in the photo above. The story behind the stripping is not known, but you can see, this is in full view of everyone.

Dirty underwear is perhaps common. TSA agents say fatties and smellies show up at airports all day long. They have to pat you down and they don’t like it:

‘It is not comfortable to come to work knowing full well that my hands will be feeling another man’s private parts, their butt, their inner thigh,’ one told the BoardingArea blog.

‘Even worse is having to try and feel inside the flab rolls of obese passengers and we seem to get a lot of obese passengers!’

Another said he had a huge problem dealing with a ‘large number of passengers… daily that have a problem understanding what personal hygieneFur is.’

Tell me, what is “personal hygieneFur?”

Combine the fatties and smellies, and there are new concerns that TSA agents wear the gloves to protect themselves, but not the passengers and some want to know how often those gloves are changed. Are they changed after the fatties and smellies are searched?  We think the answer is no.

One TSA agent said he feels “disgusted feeling other people’s private parts.”  He has a point, and assuming most agents do their job professionally, it can’t be nice to have your nose facing someone’s crotch clothed in dirty, smelly underwear. This is a colossal problem, and one we need to pay attention to. Either we win or the government wins. Think about what’s next.