It's the new battle cry of travelers fed up with the far-reaching powers of authority in charge, in this case the TSA
Coined by John Tyner, a 31-year-old California man who objected to a full body "pat down" by a TSA
security man in San Diego not to touch his package
before boarding a flight. He also happened to be recording the incident with his cell phone.
"If you touch my junk, I'll have you arrested," said the 31 year old Californian.
After he shared his recording online, it went viral and now has become a catch-phrase in the tradition of Don't tase me, bro.
Don't touch my junk.