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Plenty of people have taken jabs at airlines and their new, invasive pat-down procedures over the past few weeks. But Khloe Kardashian may have gone a step too far.
During a visit to Lopez Tonight on Monday, Kardashian mouthed off about the TSA security measures. "Well, they basically are just raping you in public," the 26-year-old told host George Lopez. "I got asked the other day, do you want to go for a screening or get patted down? I don't want that X-Ray to see everything, honey."
Kardashian continued her story to a stunned-looking Lopez and complained about TSA workers. "They are so aggressive," she said. "It's like, 'Chill out, you didn't find anything on me yet, calm down...They say, 'OK, I'm going to be patting you down and I'm going to be touching the crease of your ass.' That is so inappropriate...And they are so aggressive and forceful."
After the awkward talk-show tirade, we couldn't help but ponder if the reality star (who was on to promote the new book that she wrote with her sisters, Kardashian Konfidential) learned nothing from Kristen Stewart's debacle earlier this year?
If you'll recall, Stewart was met with some serious backlash when she compared seeing photos of herself taken by the paparazzi to "looking at someone being raped." The Twilight star later apologized, calling her choice of words "an enormous mistake."
Will Kardashian be met with the same outrage from groups like RAINN for her un-PC rant?
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