TSA forces new mom to pump milk out of her breasts in public restroom before boarding the planeby Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Mar. 04, 2012
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The latest example of all this involves a Hawaiian mother who recently attempted to board an airplane in Lihue, Hawaii. She was carrying a breast pump and several empty bottles to hold her breast milk later on. For those who may not know, many new moms frequently use breast pumps to fill bottles with their own natural mother's milk which they later give to their children.
Remarkably, upon seeing these empty bottles, the TSA agent in charge lapsed into a power trip frenzy and told her that she could not carry empty bottles on the airplane!