https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/31/us/d...il&utm_term=0_6da287d761-8011aeb576-102574389 Pilot raised suspicion at TSA crew check when he went through the first checkpoint. He left the line upon realizing that there was a 2nd checkpoint, then came back later. It's been awhile since we've seen one of these incidents which is a good thing. The timing is a little odd--allowing pilot to board the aircraft before taking him into custody. Now, that I think of it, I think I remember someone on here posted once that being under the influence in the airport is not a crime. Being signed in (on duty) and/or boarding an airplane with the intention of operating that airplane while under the influence is. Anybody know for sure?