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body search

a form of search by police, customs officials, etc., that involves examination of a prisoner's or suspect's bodily orifices
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Another was separated from her 12- and 13-year-old daughters at LA as all three endured body searches.
29 (ANI): The new airport security measures implemented at British airports in the wake of the Detroit-bound flight bombing bid could include singling out Muslim travellers for extra questioning and body searches, a terrorism expert has said.
After checking in and going through security as normal, passengers can expect extra bag checks and body searches in the aftermath of British-based student being arrrested on suspicion of attempting to detonate a powdery substance on a flight from Amsterdam as it prepared to land in Detroit with 278 people on board on Christmas Day.
Surveillance cameras, DNA stockpiles, compulsory identity cards, random body searches, to name but a few.
The aviation sector tends to support the body scanners, arguing that this technology is less intrusive than manual body searches conducted at airports.
The evening started badly when we were forced to queue in the pouring rain for almost an hour while the security staff carried out bag and body searches on the crowd.
The low-cost carrier wants to see cutbacks in body searches and relaxed rules on carry-on luggage, Reuters reported.
Body searches, alcohol bans, kept locked in the stadium at the end, riot police everywhere.
This is a time of ID checks, invasive body searches, stacked juries, kangaroo courts, a corrupt political class, and a gray-suited police cadre known as the Homeland Security Special Forces.
MSPs will have to go through security scanners, have their bags checked and even face all-over body searches.
Schools will be able to force pupils to undergo body searches if teachers believe they are carrying knives, under Government plans announced yesterday.
And one captain claims they were being sexual discriminated against because the 'heavy-handed' body searches were being mainly conducted on male pilots.