There's plenty of concern surrounding TSA's latest round of airport security measures -- from your basic privacy issues, health concerns related to repeated exposure to radiation, and the question of whether touching someone's "junk" in the name of security is considered sexual assault -- but one enterprising entrepreneur says he could give airline passengers some peace of mind.
Rocky Flats Gear, a company based in Las Vegas is offering special underwear and pads to flying travellers looking to protect their 'junk' from TSA's highly controversial 3D body scanners. (Video: Rocky Flats Gear)
Denver's KCNC has the story.
NATHAN: "This specialized underwear comes in all shapes and sizes. For example, these pads made of metals can be placed inside a bra, or for the guys, the fig leaf design has the same flexible properties. ...
BUSKE: "Machine washable, lead free, easy to apply to a
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