TSA faces boxer rebellion

There is something so fabulously American about people cashing in on situations, like the Great National Consternation over airport security. Wednesday is National Opt-Out Day — and just in time, an outfit called Rocky Flats Gear is marketing underthings with x-ray and radiation- proof fig leaves, guaranteed to shield your junque from the prying eyes of the TSA.

They will also repel gamma rays, according to the website. But we digress. Here is an interview with the inventor, via Gawker.

Anyone who buys these and wears them to the airport: Please report back.

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