Poll: Would You Wear These 'Fig Leaf' Underwear To Protect Your Privates From TSA Machines?
If you’re concerned about going through airport security when traveling for the holidays, one company has the perfect solution for conservative travels who don’t want their private areas exposed by body scanners or want to be groped by a TSA agent.
Rocky Flats Gear has introduced their line of ‘fig leaf’ underwear with strategically placed leaf designs made out of lead-free radiation-shielding material to protect your “unmentionables” from those invasive scanners. But the question is, would you actually wear these underwear through security? Let Gary and Lisa know your thoughts and they’ll reveal the poll results tomorrow morning on CBS 2!
Colorado inventor Jeff Buske of Rocky Flats Gear is aiming to make people feel more comfortable when traveling through airport security. His line of “anti-scan” undergarments shield your most private areas from scanners and risks of radiation.
Even though the TSA insists the scanners pose no threat of health risks, travelers are still wary. “I don’t think it was really thought out before they rolled it out,” Buske, an electrical engineer, told The NY Post. “It’s a gigantic public-health risk.”
His new line of fashionable airport security underwear include leaf designed briefs for men and panties and bra inserts for women. Would you wear a pair of these “anit-scan” undies when going through security?