The TSA knows you’re naked under your clothes

New “whole body imaging” (or millimeter wave machines) to be set up at JFK and LAX can tell what’s under your clothes. Talk about motivation for clean underpants.

The Transportation Security Administration has been testing the machines in Phoenix and is all set to expand to other airports. But don’t worry — travelers at JFK who wore their grannies and don’t want anyone to know have the option of a pat-down instead. Travelers at LAX will pass through regular security and then be randomly chosen for the body scan.

A survey conducted by the TSA in Phoenix revealed that 90% of passengers preferred the whole body imaging over a pat-down.

Which would you prefer?