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Airport Porn Videos Raise Security Concerns In Arizona

Sky Harbor Airport Arizona

A series of pornographic videos filmed in various public areas inside Sky Harbor International Airport have surfaced on the internet, shining a spotlight on possible security risks at the location.

At least seven of the videos have turned up on professional porn websites and reportedly feature females who were paid for their time on camera. Officials are now questioning how the videos were filmed without being detected by security personnel at the Arizona airport.

ABC News reports that the airport porn videos — which include women performing oral sex acts, exposing themselves, and engaging in intercourse — were discovered on several prominent pornographic websites.

It seems unfathomable that such practices could be carried out and professionally filmed while remaining undetected by personnel at an airport which boasts roughly 200,000 visitors daily.

The videos are prompting speculation by officials regarding what additional security breaches could go unnoticed.

When shown a portion of one video, Phoenix District 6 Councilman Sal DiCiccio expressed his dismay at the situation:

“We are in a heightened level of security. If they can’t detect this, which took several minutes, what would happen if it were something more serious.”

According to an article by Travelers Today, Arizona police have indicated that there is no cause for a criminal investigation into the matter. However, Sky Harbor International Airport reportedly plans to review the situation.

Julie Rodriguez, a spokesperson for the airport, said the following:

“Such a large public area can be tempting for people involved in this type of activity, so the airport urges customers to always be aware of their surroundings and report any form of suspicious activity.”

Are you surprised that airport porn videos could be filmed without being detected by security?

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3 Responses to “Airport Porn Videos Raise Security Concerns In Arizona”

  1. David Kasunick

    Hey, what did you expect? When you make people sit around for two or three hours at a time with nothing to do, you should expect all sorts of behavior.

  2. David Kasunick

    Hey, what did you expect? When you make people sit around for two or three hours at a time with nothing to do, you should expect all sorts of behavior.