On the other side's a video that started making the rounds yesterday (courtesy Alex Jones and FOX News) in which 2003 Miss USA winner-turned-actress Susie Castillo cries into a camera while recounting a particularly invasive pat-down at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Says Castillo -- speaking, she says, immediately after the incident occurred -- she opted for the Transportation Security Administration's pat-down rather than the full-body scanner "because of the high radiation levels."
At which point, the Neutrogena spokeswoman says, a female TSA worker "actually touched my vagina" four times. But when Castillo went to complain, TSA was kind enough to offer her a customer comment card. So there's that.
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