Everyone can relate: Worthless TSA being sued by traveler after causing him to miss flight
06/29/2016 / By Mary Wilder / Comments
Everyone can relate: Worthless TSA being sued by traveler after causing him to miss flight

Has there ever been an organization, in the history of the world, that has been more incompetent, inconsiderate, and annoying than the TSA?

The Transportation Security Administration consistently makes air travel miserable. From the infuriatingly long lines to the general lack of consideration their employees have, the TSA is the worst. This is something that almost everyone seems to agree on, as virtually everyone who has experienced air travel has also experienced an issue with the TSA.

Now a man named Hooman Nikizad is fighting back; suing the organization for $506.85 — the cost of a plane ticket — after he missed his initial flight due to having to wait 90 minutes in a security line. In his lawsuit, Nikizad stated, “I had to buy a ticket with another airline to be able to make my destination and meet my obligations.” He claims that he was late because there was “only one body scanner for the regular security line [in operation].”

Anyone who has been inside of an airport can relate, and is surely hoping that Nikizad is victorious in his lawsuit. Should he win, it will set a precedent that the TSA is directly responsible for causing so much frustration, annoyance, and loss of time and money across the board. It seems as though the only way for them to internally fix their glaring issues is by forcing them to pay — literally pay — for their mistakes.

If there’s one thing that can bring Americans together in this time of cultural divide — it’s mutual hatred of the TSA.




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