Today was a very busy day for TSA security at the Phoenix and Detroit airports. A man rushed the checkpoint in Phoenix and a naked man tried to go through security at the Detroit Airport.

Tyrese Garner jumped through the TSA security checkpoint today at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport.

Garner ran through security and then tried to wrestle away from officers.

Watch in the video below where Garner comes into the frame on the left wearing a red hoodie sweatshirt:

One TSA agent was hospitalized and four others went to an urgent care clinic but were later released.

According to the Daily Mail, the motivation for the attack remains unclear and is described as an ‘unprovoked and brazen physical attack’.

Garner was charged with a felony count of criminal trespassing and resisting arrest. He was also charged with five counts of misdemeanor assault.

He will appear in court on June 25.

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NUDE MAN TRIES TO MAKE IT THROUGH SECURITY:

A man walked up to a checkpoint at the Detroit Airpot’s McNamara Terminal and removed his clothing. He then disconnected a barrier at the checkpoint and approached a metal detector.

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The TSA officers didn’t allow the man through the detector but the woman who filmed the video said she’s shocked that the man got so far through security.

Shameka Scott was traveling to Atlanta when she turned to see the naked man running past security:

The man was taken to a hospital where he’s being evaluated.

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