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Andrea Abbott, 41, and her 14-year-old daughter were supposed to fly out of Nashville earlier this summer.
Instead they stayed on to make national news.
Abbott refused a security body scan and also refused to allow a pat-down, both for herself and her daughter.
According to the security officials, Abbott eventually agreed to her daughter being screened and then she walked off, refusing to cooperate.
She ended up being arrested and the police maintain she was “belligerent,” according to the Associated Press.
Imagine.
A person getting belligerent in an airport line. Or a grocery store line. Or a recreation ball ...


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