High ranking banker impersonates TSA agent and gropes two women at airportBy Mason White 2:19 PM July 21, 2014
By: Hydar Tomar
(Scroll down for video) A man of California, was arrested after he pretended to be a TSA agent so he can legally grope women.
53-year-old Eric Slighton of San Francisco, was arrested for public drunkenness after groping women in a private screening area, authorities said.
Slighton, who had been drinking for several hours at the airport bar, was allegedly dressed in clothes which resembled that of the TSA agents.
He took gloves from the TSA station and ordered two foreign women into a private screening area where he gave them a pat down, police said.
Slighton was finally caught when real TSA agents walked in on him groping his second victim.
Slighton was identified as a financial executive and managing director at Barclays Capital and Deutsche Bank in Hong Kong.
The alleged incident took place while Slighton was waiting for his flight to leave San Francisco to Hong Kong.
He was arrested for public drunkenness and could face additional charges such as false imprisonment.