The machine is the same but the screen is different. The new image screenings at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport will reveal less body detail. (Photo: Paul Kiska)
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CLEVELAND - The head of airport security at Cleveland Hopkins has been found guilty of lewd telephone harassment.
John Dialinos, 45, has been on unpaid leave sine his September arrest.
Dialinos repeatedly called local tanning salons and harassed the workers. The calls would begin with him asking their hours for the day and then end with him moaning and breathing heavy into the phone.
Authorities traced the number which led to one of three cellphones Dialinos used, one exclusively to harass workers at tanning salons.
Dialinos was also reportedly seen masturbating in the parking area in front of one tanning salon. Dialinos also pleaded no contest to the charge and was found guilty.
Most of Dialinos's jail sentence was suspended, provided he stays out of trouble for the next three years. He will be placed on 90 days house arrest and was ordered to stay 500 feet away from any tanning salon for five years.
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