LOS ANGELES - LAX is the first airport in the United States to install the new Micro-X77 Body Scanner.
The Double 7 as it is called was developed by a biologist from Kingston-Upon-Hull, England.
Dr. David Faddlefish invented the Double 7 two years ago when he was in the process of finding a cure for dandruff.
Dr. Faddlefish just happened to fall upon this earth shattering development. At first he was quite upset because after all he was searching for a cure for dandruff, not for a means to see through people's clothes and tell if a woman is a virgin, or if a man is circumcised.
After the doctor demonstrated the new device to several close lady friends who became extremely upset with him he decided to put the invention away in the bottom drawer of his computer desk.
Then when the incident aboard the Northwest airliner occurred he remembered about the body scanner and immediately called up The U.S. Department of Aviation and Aeronautical Navigation.
He flew to Washington D.C. and demonstrated his device to several high-ranking executives. One of the the executives, Vanessa Elaine Morganlox said that when she stood in front of the Micro-X77 Body Scanner she actually got a bit of an orgasm.
Dr. Faddlefish said that it does happen on occasion, especially if a woman is rather prone to being quite sexually active. Miss Morganlox said that she would be willing to volunteer to demonstrate the Micro-X77 throughout the country.
The Department of Aviation and Aeronautical Navigation jumped at the chance to buy the rights to the Micro X77 Body Scanner.
SIDENOTE: Needless to say Dr. Faddlefish is one thrilled as hell doctor. He said that now he plans on developing a hand held device that when waved in front of a female's knick-knack (twidget), can correctly predict how long before the female has her next horrible mood swing.