The controversial TSA pat-downs have sparked a huge debate online, so it's no surprise that a parody rap song called "Don't Touch My Junk" is going viral. The "TSA Hustle" comes from Michael Adams (AKA The Health Ranger) who has rapped about social and political issues before with songs like "Don't Inject Me (The Swine Flu Vaccine Song)" and "I Want My Bailout Money."
The rap parodies the now infamous video ofJohn Tyner's airport pat-down experience, where he said "If you touch my junk I'll have you arrested." With lines like "Big Brother's in my underwear," the rap expresses what some are fearful of this holiday travel season: an unwanted touch at the airport. (Via Current)