They Should've Put Him In One of Those Gray Bins and Tossed Him Onto The Conveyer Belt
(CNN) – Authorities blocked U.S. Sen. Rand Paul at the Nashville airport Monday after the Kentucky Republican refused a pat-down at a security checkpoint, his spokeswoman said.
Paul went through a scanner at the airport and set off an alarm, said his spokeswoman, Moira Bagley. He wanted to go through the body scan again instead of getting a pat-down, but officers of the Transportation Security Administration refused, Bagley said.
As he was led away in a straightjacket, Rand screeched, "If I had any junk, I would tell you not to touch it."