Oh, TSA. Today, the Daily News reports that an 85-year-old woman was strip-searched earlier this week right before a flight to Fort Lauderdale—and she's really unhappy. Lenore Zimmerman, who lives on Long Island, says, "I walk with a walker — I really look like a terrorist. I’m tiny. I weigh 110 pounds, 107 without clothes"—with her hunched back, she's 4'11"—"and I was strip-searched." See her photograph here—and naturally, Zimmerman is thinking about a lawsuit, especially since the ordeal left her bloodied up.

Zimmerman was heading on a JetBlue flight to her winter home. After being dropped off at JFK Airport and headed to security, "she asked if she could forgo the advanced image technology screening equipment, fearing it might interfere with her defibrillator." From the News:

She said she normally gets patted down. But this time, she says that two female agents escorted her to a private room and began to remove her clothes.

“I was outraged,” said Zimmerman, a retired receptionist.

As she tried to lift a lightweight walker off her lap, she says, the metal bars banged against her leg and blood trickled from a gash.

“My sock was soaked with blood,” she said. “I was bleeding like a pig.”

She says the TSA agents showed no sympathy, instead pulling down her pants and asking her to raise her arms.

The TSA agents refused to explain why they were strip searching her, and the TSA told the News, "Our screening procedures are conducted in a manner designed to treat all passengers with dignity, respect and courtesy." Zimmerman's bleeding leg needed to be treated, so she missed her 1 p.m. flight.

The TSA has caught flak lately for a bad patdown of a breast cancer survivor as well as leaving an inappropriate note in a traveler's bag. Oh, and this holiday season, the TSA does have the right to open your holiday gifts.