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Re: [IPk] airlines

> >> The guidelines also make it very clear the standards of behaviour which
> >> are expected from security staff: e.g. they must not request that you
> >> must remove the pump.  They can request a visual and physical
> >> examination, but must offer to do this in a private area.  They must let
> >> you sit down if you want to.  They suggest that you alert them before
> >> they discover the pump, ask if you want to sit down, say if you are
> >> hypo, etc. etc.
> >
> >You can insist on this if you want, but I'm in favour of making life easy
> > for yourself, particularly if you have limited time!
> I'm sorry, I don't understand what you mean. The people who are
> 'insisting' that the security folk behave in this way are the Feds.!

Hi Pat
What I meant was, that you can insist on your rights, such not letting them 
remove the pump, and having the examination in a private area, sitting down, 
etc. etc. I didn't mean insisting that they search you!
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