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San Francisco Airport guard pats down Aussie Dan Jarvis after cochlear implant required it

EXCLUSIVE: Watch the wild moment when an Aussie with a cochlear implant is subjected to a frenzied patrol at an airport in the United States – while explaining why it would NEVER happen here

  • Dan Jarvis suffered a pat-down while flying domestically in the US
  • He was flying from San Francisco to Salt Lake City when he was pulled over by security
  • mr. Jarvis was unable to go through the airport scanner because of a cochlear implant

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An Australian government official got a little more than he bargained for when he received an incredibly enthusiastic airport patrol from a security guard in the United States.

Dan Jarvis, a man from Brisbane, shared a video of the San Francisco Airport security guard performing the invasive pat-down around his genitals on Friday before flying to Salt Lake City, Utah.

Mr Jarvis, who is profoundly deaf, said the thorough pat-down was necessary because his cochlear implant and hearing aid prevented him from going through the airport’s body scanner.

The video shows the airport security guard running his hands over Mr Jarvis’ crotch.

“That’s my penis,” Mr Jarvis said, before laughing at the person filming.

“Incredible,” says the person behind the camera.

Dan Jarvis (above) was shocked by a guard's invasive pat-down when he flew domestically into the US

Dan Jarvis (above) was shocked by a guard’s invasive pat-down when he flew domestically into the US

“The blow was intense and I had to laugh because it was uncomfortable and I didn’t know how to react,” he told the Daily Mail Australia.

“I will always follow the regulations of each country, but in Australia we are not touched around the genitals.”

Commentators who saw the video were shocked by the guard’s intensity and joked that the officer was having a little too much fun with his job.

“How long have they been dating?” one wrote.

Mr Jarvis said he was shocked by the x-rated security measure because 'in Australia we are not touched around the genitals'

Mr Jarvis said he was shocked by the x-rated security measure because 'in Australia we are not touched around the genitals'

Mr Jarvis said he was shocked by the x-rated security measure because ‘in Australia we are not touched around the genitals’

“I don’t think this should be legal,” said a second.

“These full-service flights are going wild,” wrote a third.

However, others said Mr Jarvis should complain.

“This is absolutely unprofessional and not in his job description. This is super invasive. I’m so sorry this happened,” one wrote.

‘Are you all right? Because this seems super invasive,” said a second.

“Uhm, please tell me you filed a complaint?” added a third.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted San Francisco Airport for comment.

Mr Jarvis (above) is an employee of the Queensland Department of Development and recently shared how he managed to work from home despite being profoundly deaf

Mr Jarvis (above) is an employee of the Queensland Department of Development and recently shared how he managed to work from home despite being profoundly deaf

Mr Jarvis (above) is an employee of the Queensland Department of Development and recently shared how he managed to work from home despite being profoundly deaf

Mr Jarvis, who works as a Principal HR Consultant for the Queensland Development Department, recently reflected on how he worked from home during the Covid pandemic.

In the interview, Mr Jarvis said he “worked smarter, not harder” by using means of communication during his working days at home.

“I’ve been working with my employer to find solutions that make sure my deafness isn’t a barrier,” he said.

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