You have your TSA-friendly laptop bags that allow you to glide right through the airport security lines without removing your machine, but what about all those TSA body scanners? It wasn't too long ago that everyone was freaking out about privacy and pat-downs (since it's been said that the TSA screeners can see more than the average modest citizen would like), but thanks to one Kentucky lawyer, you may have a solution in the form of some inexpensive underoos.
Called ScannerShirts, these garments are meant to be warn under your clothes (or as underwear), and have strategically-placed ink that will show up on TSA X-ray scanners as a blur. Although the maker says wearers have made it through security checkpoints without issue, I may be a bit hesitant to spend $15 for panties despite their clean and simple design, and here's why: the TSA says it could rescan you if they see any anomalies (like a blur, perhaps?), resulting in longer security lines and possible missed flights.
What do you think?