Airport security men enjoy rifling through your sexy luggage

Airport-security staff enjoy rifling through your sexy luggage, the New York Post reports.

“My checked bag is searched almost every time I fly. I guess I’m just lucky, or look suspicious!” said sex blogger Rori Sweet of the DC area.

Kitty Stryker, a California sex educator, added, “They always go through my bag!”

Sex-toy fans usually know when their bags are searched because federal Transportation Security Administration baggage screeners leave official printed notices behind.

Sex-toy peddler Vicki Kriner said one cheeky TSA screener even signed his search notice.

“His name was Jim, and he dotted the ‘i’ with a heart,” Kriner said. “The note said to have a nice day and had a smiley face scrawled next to it.”

“It seemed unprofessional, and a little creepy,” she said.

The TSA acknowledges that there’s nothing illegal about traveling with the devices.

Vibrators and dildos are OK in carry-ons, as long as they’re under 7 inches long, TSA rules say.

Sex lubes such as K-Y Jelly also are fine in carry-ons if they’re in containers smaller than 3.4 ounces.

But handcuffs, floggers, police batons, whips and other things that could be weapons are best flown in checked bags.

The TSA says it has no data on how often airport screeners find the items. But sex-toy users believe TSA workers almost always open their bags.

“It’s titillation,” Stryker said.


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