Somehow we suspect this isn't the kind of profiling the TSA had in mind, but former Baywatcher Donna D'Errico claims she was subjected to an airport body scan simply because she's hot.
Here's what she has to say...
The 42-year-old actress, who was traveling through LAX with her boyfriend, says she she was singled out by a screener and led to a scanner without any explanation.
"They never even told me what they were doing at all, or that I had any choice," she said. "It was just, 'Stand here. Raise your arms above your head like this.' They never told me that they were going to be conducting a full body scan, or that I had the option of being searched instead," she told AOL News.
She claims that after her body was scanned, the agents kept looking at her, smiling and whispering, all of which creeped her out.
"I did Playboy 15 years ago. It doesn't mean I'm just going to walk around naked the rest of my life because hey, everyone has already seen it," D'Errico said in a separate interview with CBS2 in Los Angeles.
"They're saying it is a random selection and now I kind of don't buy that."
Indeed, that's exactly what the TSA is claiming.
In a statement, TSA spokesman Nico Melendez insisted that the naked images of D'Errico taken by the scanner weren't supposed to be ogled.
"The officer who assists the passenger never sees the image the technology produces and it cannot store, print, transmit or save. The image is automatically deleted from the system," he said. The agency also said that D'Errico, and all passengers, can opt out of the scan and have a pat down—something Khloé and Kim Kardashian opted for during a recent flight from LAX.
But that's not sitting well with D'Errico.
"This could, and I'm sure does, happen to other women," she told AOL. "It isn't right to hide behind the veil of security and safety in order to take advantage of women, or even men for that matter, so that you can see them naked.
"It's a misuse of power and authority, and as much a personal violation as a Peeping Tom. The difference is that Peeping Toms can have charges pressed against them."