Flight attendant Cathy Bossi says she reluctantly went through an X-ray machine at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. As a cancer survivor, she says she was worried about the radiation. But after sending her through the machine, Transportation Security Administration agents still wanted to do a pat down search of her. When one of the agents felt up her right breast, she asked "What is this?" Bossi explained that she had a breast removed because of cancer and now wore prosthesis. The agent demanded she remove the prosthesis and show it to her before she could board the plane for work.