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Jenna Elfman's Breast Milk Tested by Airport Security

TSA Tests Jenna Elfman's Breast Milk: OK or Asinine?

No substance (even a mom's milk) gets waved through airport security these days. Actress Jenna Elfman was traveling with her 4-month-old son, Easton, yesterday when she had to hand over the babe's food. JennaOnPurpose tweeted:

Going thru security at airport & TSA really felt the need to "vapor test" the bottle of breast milk. I mean, is there no common sense left?

As a mom do you think this incident can be chalked up to security regulations or do you think it's ridiculous?

Image Source: Getty
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Studio16 Studio16 5 years
"Who wouldn't believe a mom and baby?" What, just because a kid slithered out of your cooch you get special treatment? Not the way it works in the real world.
schnappycat schnappycat 5 years
Honestly, it's their job. I have no problem with it.
amber512 amber512 5 years
Simply having a baby doesn't mean that the person with them is good! We have to treat everyone the same otherwise people just take advantage.
runningesq runningesq 5 years
TSA agents aren't given discretion as to who they think is dangerous and who they think is safe -- and it's better that way. I'd rather there be a strict set of rules that apply to everyone than giving TSA agents the ability to decide what to test/ inspect and what to let through.
eeb3b eeb3b 5 years
I say better safe than sorry. test away.
jenni5 jenni5 5 years
With women in the Middle East blowing themselves up and sending their kids out with bombs I guess you can never be too safe. When we travelled with infant formula we never had to open it or taste it but than I hear the security is pretty lax at Newark airport.
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