T-Shirt Maker Profits from Airport Security Incident

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

A T-Shirt maker from Milwaukee, Wisconsin is turning an airport security incident into profit.

Frank Keppler and his partner at Brew City T-shirts just created a new shirt that reads, "It's okay, touch my junk."

Keppler says Brew City is taking advantage of the viral video that shows a California passenger telling a TSA agent, "if you touch my junk, I'll have you arrested."

While some travelers say the shirts are amusing, they’re not all laughing about the issue.

Many believe there are no good options when it comes to screening at the airport. Some say the pat down is too invasive. And others say the body scanners are no better.

In the mean time, Brew City T-shirts will be laughing all the way to the bank.


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