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Kid TSA Agent Seen Checking Luggage: Is It Actually Funny?

By Sharelle Burt

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The government shutdown is forcing TSA agents to call out of work or work for free. Safety issues have been brought up, and terminals at some of the busiest airports have closed early.

On the lighter side, the TSA agents that have shown up to work are doing the absolute least of their job description. Between blasting Travis Scott at one airport and letting drinks through without a care in the world, some of the stories have been rather funny. But what do you do when you walk up to security and a kid is giving you directions?

RELATED: 5 Ridiculous Things The Travel Industry Experienced During The Government Shutdown

That’s what one traveler saw. He posted a picture to his Twitter account that showed a kid TSA agent scanning through luggage.

In normal Twitter fashion, the hilarious memes started to pour in.

Let’s just pray this is a stunt.


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