"I'm going to feel your breasts now." That's what a woman at Denver International Airport told Ava Kingsford. No, the woman wasn't a groper. She worked for the federal Transportation Security Administration. The TSA confirms that new "pat down" search procedures require agents to feel "beneath, between and above the breasts." Kingsford says she even pulled down her top to show TSA agents she had nothing in her shirt. But they still demanded to feel her breasts, and when she wouldn't let them, they refused to let her board her plane.