The controversial journalist, Milo Yiannopoulos has shared pictures of his dress shirts he says were destroyed by airport security.
Milo Yiannopoulos has ranted on Instagram that the TSA in the US has “destroyed” two of his $1000 dress shirts and “stolen” a third. Publishing to the platform, Milo revealed that when he received his luggage back after a flight that two of his $1000 shirts had been smeared with a brown substance. Some users had even though that the stain looked as though it could be faeces or urine.
He wrote, “TSA is the absolute worst of the many terrible parts of the US Government. One of their buffoonish, prurient, useless agents just destroyed two $1000 dress shirts and stole a third”.
He also accused the agency of not leaving an inspection notice, which they are required to do if your luggage has been opened and inspected by agents.
The TSA has come in for some criticism of late, in December, Queer Eye star Tan France complained that he had been repeatedly pulled over for extra security checks by agents at airports in the US, leaving him feeling “humiliated”.
This isn’t the first time that Milo has complained about something disgusting happening to him. In July 2018 he accused The Cheesecake Factory in Miami of serving him something that looked less than palatable.
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