Surprise Package? Transgender Traveler Says TSA Agent ‘Punched’ Her Male Genitalia While Going Through Security At JFK Airport In New York

Mara wrote, “haven’t stopped crying since an hour ago. my balls hurt so bad.”

The Post Millennial

(PM.) A trans-identified male by the name of “Mara” took to Twitter on Saturday to complain of an alleged incident in which a female Transportation Security Administration (TSA)agent at New York’s John. F Kennedy International Airport “punched” Mara’s testicles and “followed” the trans-identified male into the women’s bathroom.

In a caption over a picture of a picture of the upset trans-identified male crying in the airport’s restroom, Mara, who boasts of being a “trans child of divorce” on Twitter, wrote “hi so a tsa agent at jfk airport punched me in the genitalia, yelled at me for having a penis (?) and humiliated me in front of everyone after i told her to please stop.”


According to the upset jetsetter, the TSA agent then “followed me into the women’s bathroom and began talking about me to a coworker while I sobbed in a stall.”

In a follow-up tweet, Mara wrote, “haven’t stopped crying since an hour ago. my balls hurt so bad.”

A JFK Airport spokesperson responded to the complaint, writing “Hi Mara, thank you for bringing this matter to our attention. On behalf of the John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) community, please accept our apologies for your recent experience while traveling through our facility.”


“Your comments have been shared with our airport management, airport security department and TSA partners,” they added, before asking about the agent’s description.

In screenshots from Mara’s now-private account, the disgruntled traveler wrote, “terminal 7 at the leftmost tsa line around 3:13 pm on march 25, 2023. The agent was around 5’6, african american, and around 35-40 years old. She left her post to follow me to the bathroom around 3:18 pm. she left the bathroom by 3:21 pm with another woman (her coworker).”

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