Flew into Pinal Airpark on a Cessna 150 today. After landing, we parked at the transient parking. We got out and I took a picture of a United 737-200 (which I will upload soon when I get the chance to develop the film), and that's when one of the people that works there shouted, "No pictures. Only from the air!" I thought it was bullshit but I went ahead and put my camera away. I went to take a leak and we hopped in. As soon as we began taxiing an Evergreen International security car followed us. We taxiied all the way to runway 12 (to take more pictures) and this jerk was behind us all the way 'til the hold short line! I know this might not be a surprise to some of you, but has this security thing gotten so bad? Are small GA aircraft considered a security threat to airliners that are not in flying condition (most of them)?
This really pissed me off. If they don't want any type of photographic activity then they should go ahead put some signs up. If they don't want the general public from looking at planes they should put up some restrictions. I wasn't aware that this sort of thing would happen. Anyways, thought I get that off my chest. Thanks.