This isn't going to help the view of those TSA pat-downs, as one ABC producer put it, 'worse than the gynecologist,' at all.
<p>A Georgia TSA (Transportation Security Administration) behavior detection officer was left in critical condition when he attempted suicide Tuesday evening after allegedly abducting, and sexually assaulting a woman, then giving her a suicide note to deliver.</p><p>The <i>Atlanta Journal-Constitution</i> <a href="http://www.ajc.com/news/clayton/hartsfield-tsa-worker-allegedly-751953.html">reports</a> that law enforcement is investigating the claim that Randall Scott King, 49, "kidnapped the woman from the Lakewood station Wednesday night." King accompanied her there from the Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport "where she left with him voluntarily."</p><p>Then after allegedly restraining the woman in a parking lot, she was driven to King's home where the sexual assault is said to have taken place.</p><p>The woman said that she was then released and given a suicide note, with instructions for delivery. When a relative took the woman to the Police Department, she was still wearing the "leopard print, novelty handcuffs."</p><p>Authorities found Mr. King at his home with multiple wounds, and he was air-lifted to an area hospital. He has been an employee of the TSA for five years.</p>
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