by Twitter: @AJFrancis410
We all have been upset with the Transportation Security Administration at one time or another.
Whether it's because of the long lines or the fact that your shampoo container is deemed too large, you can't go through an airport without hearing someone being upset with the TSA.
On Monday however, Giants DT A.J. Francis actually had a valid excuse to be infuriated with airport security.
Francis went on a Twitter tirade claiming that the TSA had gone through his suitcase and left open the urn carrying his mother's ashes, which were then spilt all over his clothes.
Francis was returning from a week in Arkansas and California celebrating the life of his mother. The Twitter account @AskTSA responded to the tweet with an explanation and an apology.
But, that didn't quite quell Francis's anger.
It really is a tough situation, I don't know how you undo the spilling of someone's mother's ashes. Even a few free flights probably wouldn't be enough for me.
After going undrafted in 2013 out of Maryland, Francis played for the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Redskins and is currently with the New York Giants.
Francis also made headlines in early May when he claimed his former team, the Washington Redskins, had a racist mascot.