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Thanks for the heads-up:

She says she had no warning that someone was going to search her car after she left to catch her flight.

So the woman contacted News10NBC. We found out it happened to her because she valet parked her car. Those are the only cars that get inspected. So if security feels it is necessary to search some cars in the name of safety, why not search all of them?

Laurie Iacuzza walked to her waiting car at the Greater Rochester International Airport after returning from a trip and that's when she found it, a notice saying her car was inspected after she left for her flight.

Iacuzza said, “I was furious, they never mentioned it to me when I booked the valet or when I picked up the car or when I dropped it off.”

Iacuzza's car was inspected by valet attendants on orders from the TSA.

When you go through TSA security in the airport, at least you know it's coming. Oh, sure it's an indignity and has never stopped a terrorist and it takes too long, but you know it's coming. But the valet parking ought to say right there on the sign, "Valet Parking Plus Free Car Search."