TSA Agent Catches Falling Baby

VIDEO: TSA Agent/Airport Security Guard Catches Falling Baby

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This will make you think twice about giving TSA agents the stink eye when they ask you to please step aside or to throw away your beverage bottle or to please remove your belt.

Diving out of nowhere, as if sliding into home plate or as if intercepting Tony Romo's pass at the end of a game, with only seconds remaining on the clock, and running it back for a touchdown (no bitterness here, ha!), a TSA agent literally dives to the ground just in the nick of time to catch a man's baby who is falling from the counter top where the plastic trays are placed after being screened through the X-Ray machine.

This CCTV footage was taken on November 23, 2013 at Katowice Airport in Poland.

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