If you can't cop a feel, you may as well steal. Back in February, two TSA agents at JFK airport were busted for stealing $160,000 in cash from various travelers, including one $39,000 heist. Now it seems that TSA agents have found a more subtle score: stealing $100 that was a gift to a 16-year-old honor student from his grandmother. The boy's mother tells the Post that the theft was "disgusting and a violation of my son's trust." Maybe, but will this be a wakeup call to America's grannies to stop sending cash? Write a check, your handwriting is gorgeous!

A source with the Port Authority police tells the paper that the incident was caught on surveillance video at 5:15 a.m., as the family boarded a flight on July 21. A female TSA employees spends 6 minutes with the boy's bag, and "can be seen tossing away a piece of paper" that appears to be the money. Later that same day, a TSA screener was nabbed for stealing a senior citizen's cellphone. That agent was arrested and fired as part of the agency's "zero tolerance policy for theft," but the agent who swiped the $100 is still under job as the incident is "under investigation." Moral of the story: if you want to get on your flight without incurring questions/pat-downs/thefts, just use an old boarding pass and lie about your identity.