Doug Pensinger

No. 14 Denver (DEN)

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Passengers at DIA have lodged multiple complaints about security over the years, from the run-of-the-mill gripes about body scans and intrusive pat downs, to the fact that TSA agents were allowed to pass through checkpoints without going through the same security procedures as everyone else. One of the most publicized incidents took place in 2011, when screeners allegedly barred a pregnant woman from passing through a checkpoint and boarding her flight because she was carrying ice packs and insulin to treat her diabetes.

Most Annoying Airport Security Checkpoints

No. 14 Denver (DEN)

Passengers at DIA have lodged multiple complaints about security over the years, from the run-of-the-mill gripes about body scans and intrusive pat downs, to the fact that TSA agents were allowed to pass through checkpoints without going through the same security procedures as everyone else. One of the most publicized incidents took place in 2011, when screeners allegedly barred a pregnant woman from passing through a checkpoint and boarding her flight because she was carrying ice packs and insulin to treat her diabetes.

Doug Pensinger

Most Annoying Airport Security Checkpoints

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