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A true American hero: Woman grabs, twists breasts of TSA agent in response to ‘enhanced’ screening protocols Next time you are assaulted by TSA agents at the airport that make an effort to force you through the naked body scanner or perform a full-body grope down on you, you will want to just grab them back? This is just what 61-year-old Yukari Mihamae recently did at Phoenix Sky Harbor AIRPORT TERMINAL after TSA agents tried to subject her to the unlawful and unconstitutional enhanced protection protocols – – but when she decided to essentially perform the same methods on a TSA agent, police arrested her on suspicion of sexual misuse.