Burdacki writes: "On the way back home after a recent hunt my son and I passed through Seattle at midnight on Jet Blue Airways, only to learn later that a very serious incident had taken place. Seems we got through the check-in process with no problems and proceeded to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) area to have our luggage and firearms inspected. My son and I watched as TSA employees went through our bags and proceeded to unpack and pile some of our clothes beside the bags. I happened to notice that a few female passengers were also having the same procedure done next to their bags. Some of the female passengers' clothes were piled right next to our clothes pile.
"At the time I thought nothing of all this. Upon arrival back at my home in Connecticut, however, we placed our dirty clothes in a hastily thrown pile by the washing machine. My wife (four days later) began to do the wash whereupon she let out a big shrieking yell, saying, `What is this?' At that, she removed a piece of clothing from the dirty clothes pile and held up a pair of sexy black woman's panties! Thank God she noticed the panties came out of my son's pile of dirty clothes! Apparently the TSA people piled the unpacked luggage from the female passenger a little too close to our pile and mixed her panties in with my son's luggage. We then unknowingly brought her panties home with us. Who said hunting is a safe sport?"