That is what entrepreneur Timothy Monroe did when his job as a TSA checkpoint agent didn’t pay enough.
So, Mr. Monroe picked a second job in a pretty stable kind of market – selling drugs.
During the daytime, Mr. Monroe protected our airports from deadly water bottles and nail clippers, and at night, he sold cocaine and marijuana to his customers.
Apparently this is against the law, because officers obtained a high-risk search warrant and raided his house.
In it, they found all the tools of his trade – guns, ammo, cash, cocaine and marijuana. A TSA spokesperson said they were “aware” of the allegations, and will take appropriate action.