I had this happen yesterday in Burlington, VT. There were at least 10 blue shirts standing there as I gathered myself for the WTMD. They don't have nude-a-scopes yet. One guy asked if I had anything in my bag 'like a laptop'. I have a Kindle, and told him so. He told the guy running the scanner. Then he says, is everything out of all of your pockets? That's a new one on me. I said no. Everything has to be out of your pockets. I gave him the wrong answer: "Why?" Those are the rules. I didn't argue. I went through an early prototype nude-a-scope years ago and had to take everything out of my pockets, but not for the normal metal detector. Now I have to take my wallet out in plain sight and put it in the tray. I cannot afford to lose my wallet. Before I walk through the WTMD, another blue shirt with nothing to do says I still have something in my pocket. I pull out a Kleenex. He says keep it in your hand. No problem after that. At least I didn't have to remove my wedding ring or watch. And we weren't hijacked, so it all worked.