When Glacier Park International Airport CEO Cindi Martin wanted to cheer up the vacationers standing angrily in her airport's security lines, she asked the Singing Sons of Beaches, a local parody band consisting of three elderly gentlemen with a shared passion for Hawaiian shirts, to create a new type of TSA video.
Though they packed in all the information they found in old TSA videos -- bring this, don't bring that -- the SSOB's video is definitely a departure from traditional safety line fare. The video depicts the three men singing a sort of Caribbean shanty song while trying to sneak into the airport with shotguns and (the image is hard to forget) grinding against the metal detector.
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