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Dublin Airport Intensifies Security Measures in Response to Safety Concerns

Dublin: Dublin airport authorities are under scrutiny for a security protocol that involves passengers removing their hoodies and jumpers during security checks. The controversial decision, aimed at ensuring the safety of passengers, has sparked concern and even panic among the public.

The Dublin Airport website issued a statement instructing passengers to be prepared to remove clothing that obscures the body’s figure during security screening. This announcement led to a wave of apprehension on social media, with some individuals jokingly speculating about the possibility of having to undress entirely for airport checks.

In response to the public’s unease, airport officials clarified that the measure is a precautionary step as part of heightened security controls. The move comes ahead of the St. Brigid’s Day bank holiday weekend, during which approximately 340,000 passengers are expected to pass through Dublin Airport.

Additionally, the airport revealed the introduction of new X-ray scanners in both terminals, designed to screen laptops and liquids within baggage, further emphasising their commitment to bolstering security measures.

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