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TSA Opens Urn Containing Mom's Ashes In Man's Luggage—And Forgets To Close It 😐

By Mustafa Gatollari

If you've ever experienced the joy of flying, then you'll know what a privilege it is to be made safe and secure by the utterly professional, and ever-competent TSA. Who doesn't love having their carry-on rummaged through to ensure that the personal liquid limit hasn't been exceeded?

Isn't it also awesome when the TSA pats down disabled children? Or when they "randomly select you" with this special stamp code? I mean it's bad enough that airlines themselves are tying people to wheelchairs with dirty blankets, and now we've got to worry about an agency that's pretty much a waste of money treating us like a bunch of savages.

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There have been more than a few studies proving TSA's effectiveness is minimal at best, and even the TSA admits that some of their practices and procedures are ineffective.

And even though the TSA has a sordid history of beating up cancer patients, they always seem to outdo themselves when it comes to inconsiderate and awful behavior.

Take this traveler who had his mother's ashes rummaged through by an agent who doesn't know how to properly close urns.