Concerned about bombs in parked cars at airports? Don't call the bomb squad. Just have the car valets (those bomb-detection professionals!) to search the car. Actually every car the park. From WHEC.com:
Iacuzza's car was inspected by valet attendants on orders from the TSA. But why only valet parked cars? That's what News10NBC wanted to ask the TSA director about. We reached him by phone.And guess who's doing all these searches to keep us all safe? Yes, it's those guys from Ferris Bueller's Day Off:
Berkeley Brean asked, “Are the cars in the short term lots and long term lots getting searched as well?”
John McCaffery, TSA, said, “No, those vehicles that are in the garage, short term long term parking, even if they carry pretty large amounts of explosives, they would not cause damage to the front of the airport. But for those who use the valet, the car could be there for a half hour or an hour so there is a vulnerability.”
The attendants said they've only been doing it for about a month.Valet parking attendants as the last line of defense against Al-Qaeda -- what could possibly go wrong?