There’s no recovering this fumble.
New York Giants defensive tackle A.J. Francis is calling foul on some TSA inspectors who he says spilled his dead mother’s ashes while rifling through his bag during a security check.
“Hey you pieces of s–t at @TSA next time you a–holes feel the need to go thru my mother’s ashes for no reason, make sure you close it back so her remains aren’t spilled on all my clothes… the least you pieces of garbage can do is your f–king job,” the defensive tackle tweeted Monday along with a photo of ash-covered clothing and TSA “notice of bag inspection.”
His mother Carrie died in late June, according to his social media posts.
Francis had been traveling on a trip to Arkansas and California celebrating his mom’s life, he wrote.
The ashes were disturbed during a trip from Los Angeles’ LAX airport to Orlando, he said.
“It’s a really s–y situation and I really wish that it didn’t happen considering what it was and that it was all over my clothes,” he told The Post Monday.
A TSA Twitter account acknowledged that the vessel carrying the ashes should not have been opened in the first place.
“2: Our officers are trained to handle your carry-on and checked property with care. Out of respect for the deceased, under no circumstances should the container be opened. Please accept our apologies and our condolences,” the AskTSA account replied to Francis.
“Under all circumstances f–k yourself,” Francis responded.
Francis, who signed with the Giants this offseason after being cut by the Redskins, said he does not plan to file a complaint with the TSA because “there’s no point. S–t aint gonna happen.”
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