Lady Gaga: After Meat Dress Incident, TSA Says Handcuffs are OK

Filed in Gather Celeb News Channel by on September 16, 2010 0 Comments

Most people travel for comfort, but not Lady Gaga. She travels for the maximum amount of attention, tactics that succeed every time. Aside from being scantily clad — as usual — she also decided to bring a pair of handcuffs on board the plane with her. Surprisingly, handcuffs are not banned by the Transportation Security Administration(TSA).

Lady Gaga appears backstage wearing a meat dress after accepting the award for video of the year for Bad Romance at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles on September 12, 2010 in Los Angeles. UPI/Jim Ruymen Photo via Newscom

The TSA says the handcuffs didn’t pose an immediate threat towards the security of the plane. However, if anyone else had tried to bring handcuffs with them on the flight, they probably would have been stopped and maybe questioned. People seem to be blinded by Gaga’s outrageous behavior. Boarding the plane half naked also seemed to be a nonissue for the airline, but again, if anyone else had dressed that way, they would have been denied at the gate.

After the meat dress incident at the VMAs, Lady Gaga should probably tone it down or else that is all fans will remember her for — her brazen antics instead of her music.

© Marie Gallagher 2010

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