Airport security is getting a second look after a Pennsylvania woman flew her nine-year-old daughter to Florida, then claimed the girl was kidnapped. Bonnie Sweeten used a co-worker's driver's license and paid cash when buying two one-way tickets at the US Airways ticket counter. A spokesman for Philadelphia International Airport said airport personnel are not responsible for checking IDs, while a TSA spokeswoman said her agency is looking mostly for forgeries. "If the photo bears a strong resemblance to the passenger, and all other markings appear to be legitimate, then the ID would not raise any red flags," she said. US Airways issued a statement saying it was cooperating the investigation and had no further comment. Some experts question whether driver's licenses are a suitable form of ID, and at least one congressman has promised an investigation.
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