Hollywood Actress Complains That A TSA Agent Asked For Her Number

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Actress Brie Larson complained on Twitter Thursday that a Transportation Security Administration agent asked for her number after she smiled at the agent.

“To live life as a woman is to live life on the defense,” Larson tweeted.

Some of Larson’s followers thought the complaint made no sense.

“OH NO! A guy asked for your number,” a follower wrote. “You poor thing. Women be complaining they don’t find a good guy, but complain when dudes ask for their [number].”

Larson responded by saying the situation made her uncomfortable. “You do realize you’re blaming me for a situation I did not ask to be in?”

Not everyone, however, was upset at the flirting.

Larson, a vocal liberal activist, won an Oscar in 2016 for her role in the movie “Room.”

She continued to stand her ground, insisting she was standing up for all women. She then told her followers on how to respond when someone makes a claim such as hers.

Screen capture of Brie Larson’s tweet (from Twitter)