WWE News: Mick Foley narrates own harrowing experience with TSA, after Seth Rollins fiasco
This seems to be a tad more serious than Rollins' incident.
What’s the story?
Mick Foley has taken to social media so as to narrate a harrowing experience he went through at the airport.
Days after Seth Rollins called out TSA (Transport Security Administration) on Twitter, Foley seems to have done the same, and vent his grievances against a certain TSA official.
In case you didn’t know…
As we’d previously reported, Seth Rollins revealed on Twitter that although he boarded an airplane with 13 specially packaged Trifecta System meals in his bag, upon receiving his bag after landing there were only 9 meals present.
Rollins accused TSA of stealing his meals, following which the organization responded; asserting that they’ll look into the matter at the earliest.
The heart of the matter
In hot pursuit of the Rollins-TSA fiasco, WWE veteran and professional wrestling legend Mick Foley has brought to light a seemingly uncomfortable experience that he was allegedly put through by airport security on a recent flight trip.
Foley explained that on his February 9th flight trip, a TSA official stopped him for a pat-down at the airport, and despite a yellow patch—something that the official seemed curious about—being on his lower back, the man went up to Foley’s inner thigh and pressed the back of his private parts.
In response to Foley’s version of the incident posted on Twitter, TSA’s Twitter account responded by stating that pat-downs are uncomfortable but important nonetheless in order to keep dangerous items off planes—
Furthermore, Foley fired back upon being told by TSA to go through an internet link wherein the airport security measures are explained; explaining that he’s well aware of the rules. Foley added that the agent who frisked him was far more exploratory, and the experience was uncomfortable & degrading—
Mick Foley presently makes sporadic appearances in the WWE as a color commentator. Sportskeeda will keep fans updated on TSA’s situations with Seth Rollins and Mick Foley respectively.
Well, it’s great to see Mick Foley calling out the unspecified person on being a little too frisky.
Although such experiences are not out of the norm at airports, certain security officials are known to take undue advantage of their authority. Here’s hoping the powers-that-be look into this, and justice is served.