An anonymous 50-year-old airline pilot is in hot water with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) after posting on YouTube a behind-the-scenes tour of what he says are security flaws at San Francisco International Airport.
While airplane passengers go through security screening -- such as with metal detectors, full body scanners and pat downs -- the pilot shows in one of several video clips, recorded with his cell phone, that airport employees at SFO simply swipe a card to go through an unmanned door. http://news.travel.aol.com/2010/12/2...ecurity-flaws/
I am sure he had good intentions, but why go public with the info then? I am sure he could have contacted the head of security or even the airport senior management to let them know of his (legit) concerns