Insane airport video of what might be the longest TSA line ever goes viral

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How A Chicago Airport Queue Video Went Viral

If you've ever flown before, you're well aware of what a nightmare airport security can be.

But a video posted on YouTube Thursday night by Sean H certainly takes the cake.

The 2-minute video shows a seemingly never-ending security line at Midway Airport in Chicago, which Sean follows down corridors, around corners and up ramps, capturing the angry looks of hundreds of passengers presumably about to be late for their flights.

(Note: Video includes some explicit language.)

TSA security line at Chicago Midway right now. Are you f***ing kidding me!!?! from videos


Since being shared, the unbelievably infuriating clip has been viewed nearly 1.5 million times, partially due to the fact that it blew up on Reddit Friday morning.

Naturally, users proceeded to tear the TSA apart in the comments section.

"It shouldn't be much of a problem as long as you arrive the standard 24 hours before your flight departs," Redditor dogbunny said.

"I think that baby at 1:57's was probably born in the line," Quazijoe joked. "That child will probably learn to read in that line."

The TSA has warned travelers to expect extensive delays this summer because of poor staffing.

However, relief may be on the way. The agency just received congressional approval to re-allocate funds so they can increase security officers at all security check points.

For the love of travel, we sure do hope so.

Need a good laugh? Check out the TSA's Yelp reviews:

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