Cancer survivor is asked to show her prosthetic breast during a TSA screening. To be fair, flight attendants do have access to more of the plane than typical citizens, but very rarely have any access whatsoever to the cockpit throughout the flight. I do suppose that some sort of weapon could be stored in place of her breasts and thus requires screening.
This, though, appears to be a greater violation of privacy than others encounters with the TSA.
1) admit that her breast is a prosthetic
2) recount a time that is very possibly difficult for her to talk about and
3) actually present said fake breast so that it can be known that it is not a bomb or weapon.
All of this to do...her job...not to travel...but to do her job.
Has this gotten out of hand?