Comedian ‘stresses’ over two pounds of luggage and mocks the TSA in comedy act
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has been the butt of many jokes since its founding in 2001. The administration has been criticized on several occasions for making people wait on long security checkpoint lines, ineffective screening tests and misconduct.
As a result, the TSA has become an easy target for comedy acts, including one by Italian-American stand-up comedian Sebastian Maniscalco.
Maniscalco takes aim at the TSA’s security checkpoint section where the employees love to make sure that a person’s baggage is not over the weight limit.
He also questions TSA employees’ abilities to provide security for others that are at the airport.
Watch it here: