On Saturday a 56-year-old woman was unloading her valuables into the plastic bins at security in the LA Airport and apparently thought she should include her month-old grandson in the screening process. A screener watching the monitor was obviously surprised when the outline of a baby appeared on the screen and quickly pulled the baby out of the machine. Luckily the radiation levels of the machine are a 30th of the average mammogram and the baby was unharmed by the incident. The TSA wisely warns against this type of incident on their website where they clearly state: "Never leave babies in an infant carrier while it goes through the X-ray machine." It's been almost 20 years since the last time employees of LAX have X-rayed an infant - it happens to about one in every billion passengers.