The Canadian Press

2015-08-19 | Boarding Ban Apology

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A British Columbia man is getting an apology from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority after he was barred from boarding his flight because the all-female security crew refused to frisk him. Robert Hart's artificial hip set off the metal detector at airport security. However because no male officers were on shift he wasn't allowed to board his flight. Mathieu Larocque from CATSA says Hart should have been allowed to board the flight. (Larocque says the guidelines were reinforced with the staff in Terrace, B-C and with other airports across the country.)

Date: 2015-08-19
Placeline: OTTAWA.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 17 seconds

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