Suspicious Package: Security Officer Attacks Colleague Over Jokes About The Size of His Genitalia in Body Scanner

It appears that terrorism is not the only subject you should not joke about at airport security posts. Rolando Negrin, 44, was arrested for aggravated battery after he allegedly attacked a colleague after a supervisor joked about his . . . well . . . under-sized carry-on after he walked through one of the new body scanners in a training exercise.

After the supervisor made fun of the size of his genitalia, Negron allegedly caught up to one of his co-workers in a parking lot and hit him in the arm and back with a police baton. He reportedly made the man kneel in front of him and say that he was sorry.

To add insult to injury, the police affirmed the view of the supervisor by reporting: “The X-ray revealed that [Negrin] has a small penis and co-workers made fun of him on a daily basis.”
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31 thoughts on “Suspicious Package: Security Officer Attacks Colleague Over Jokes About The Size of His Genitalia in Body Scanner”

  1. Woosty’s still a Cat

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  2. mespo – “‘It’s NOT the size of the baton, but the skill of the conductor.'”

    Bdaman – “In fishing it’s not the size of your rod it’s the wiggle of your worm”

    In 9 out of 10 trials, ladies choose the skilled conductor over the wiggling worm. 😉

  3. ALWAYS ASK FOR ALTERNATIVE SCREENING. These machines and the screening process are dangerous to our health and our privacy. We shouldn’t have to show our genitals to fly on an airplane. It is absurd.

    Parents, please don’t allow your children to go through these devices. PEOPLE ARE LOOKING AT YOUR CHILDREN NUDE and they have ability to record and print these pictures. Here’s the article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/01/11/airport-body-scanners-can_n_418899.html

    Here’s an article on the dangerous radiation emission that can contribute to diseases like cancer: http://preview.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive_en10&sid=aoG.YbbvnkzU

  4. I’m going to start marketing a sassy line of lead panties and underpinnings 😉

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  5. ‘Sources say Negrin stepped into the machine during the training session and became embarrassed and angry when a supervisor started cracking jokes about his manhood, made visible by the new machine.’

    first; THEY CAN SEE YOUR STUFF???????!!!!!!!!????

    finally; the wrong guy got booked. That so called supervisor aka loser should be fired AND
    charged with some kinda aggravating something or other…supervisors and managers set the tone, what was he not thinking?

  6. I don’t get why some men believe their penises define their manliness. The size of my breasts certainly do not define my femininity.

    As a woman, I can safely say that quality outranks quantity 🙂

  7. Mespo:

    Freudian slip? Shall we start calling you Stallion727272?

  8. Mespo

    In fishing it’s not the size of your rod it’s the wiggle of your worm 🙂

  9. Who brings their full-size genitalia to the airport? You know there won’t be anywhere to put it. If there’s no place to put it, why lug it around with you all day?

    Mr. Negron should have politely explained why he brought his “carry-on” size genitalia to the airport and moved on.

  10. Make that: “It’s NOT the size of the baton, but the skill of the conductor.”

    Freudian, I suppose.

  11. It’s the size of the baton, but the skill of the conductor.

  12. Rafflaw:

    just go to the all night video and buy a strap-on. Problem solved and if it is a female screener you may even get a date out of it 🙂

  13. I am worried about this situation because I am getting on a plane to Pittsburgh in a few hours. I can only imagine the laughter that I will cause in the Milwaukee airport!

  14. So there were concerns about the “small”package he was concealing.

  15. Well.

    On the plus side he won’t have to worry if his carry on will fit beneath the seat in front of him or in the overhead compartment.

    On the minus side, his presumptively former supervisor is still a jackass and in a supervisory position.

    I sincerely hope both of these circumstances change for both of these men.

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