It had to happen sooner or later. The concerns of human rights activists across the land were realised this week when it was revealed that a security guard at Heathrow ogled a female member of staff who accidentally wandered into a full body scanner, revealing her inner most secrets.
The incident, given the immortal Sun headline "I love those gigantic tits", will not come as a surprise to many who campaigned against the introduction of scanners following the so-called 'underpants bomber', who was arrested over Christmas after a failed attempt to detonate his underwear.
The guard has since been given a formal warning for harassment by the police, while the young BAA worker caught with her pride round her ankles, will probably be taking some time off work.
According to reports, the young lady 'accidentally' entered the scanner. Nice that she had the option, unlike the thousands of passengers forced to bare all in Britain's airports every day. There's only one thing for it the next time Sneak goes traveling - a large bratwurst and some gaffer tape.
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