Father sued TSA claim agent who handled him in front of his daughters

Westchester chiropractor Mark Frey, 61, was passing through the Palm Beach International Airport when a TSA agent allegedly stroked his genitals, above image file

Father, 61, says that the TSA agent groped his genitals in front of his two young daughters, who shouted: "Look, they are touching dad's penis!"

  • Westchester chiropractor Mark Frey is suing TSA for feeling his penis
  • He says that while crossing safety at the Palm Beach International Airport, an agent "roughly touched" his genitals in front of his children.
  • Her eight-year-old daughter said: "Look, they're touching dad's penis!"
  • Another traveler also filed his own complaint on behalf of Frey, alleges
  • "They took my son's innocence," he said.
  • TSA has not commented on the lawsuit yet

Dailymail.com Reporter

A New York father is suing the Transportation Security Administration alleging that an agent groped his penis in front of his two young daughters.

Westchester chiropractor Mark Frey, 61, says he has a metal prosthesis around his neck and requested a private search as he was passing through airport security, but was denied.

The security agent had him lift his shirt up to his head and then put his hands under his shorts, "roughly touching" his genitals.

He says that the agent touched him for so long that Frey's daughter, who was only eight years old, screamed & # 39; Look, they're touching daddy's penis! & # 39;

Westchester chiropractor Mark Frey, 61, was passing through the Palm Beach International Airport when a TSA agent allegedly stroked his genitals, above image file

Westchester chiropractor Mark Frey, 61, was passing through the Palm Beach International Airport when a TSA agent allegedly stroked his genitals, above image file

The incident took place at the Palm Beach International Airport, where he was accompanied by his girlfriend and two young daughters.

He filed his lawsuit against the TSA in the Manhattan Federal Court, according to the New York Post.

His daughter was not the only one who noticed the uncomfortable security incident.

A fellow traveler filed his own complaint on behalf of Frey.

She said that Frey asked for the help of a supervisor during the procedure, he alleges.

"They took my son's innocence," he said, adding that the poorly trained TSA inspectors have gone too far.

"I want it to be a learning moment for all, where we can try to lose something of this madness," he added.

TSA has not yet responded to Dailymail.com's comment request.

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