I just wanted to make it known that I recently observed a US airways employee report a traveler to TSA for security reasons. The apparent reason is that he ordered more than one beer at a time. I observed that TSA agents showed up at the request of a USAirways employee who was reporting that a young male soldier out of uniform ordered several beers for him and his friends near concourse B20 in the Phoenix airport in the food court. THis was in Early August while I was traveling home. I observed the officers behavior as this. They travel in packs and felt they needed 4 officers instead of 1-2. Officer Escoto was involved. The person ordering the beers did not exhibit any intoxicated behavior. He was buying the round of beers for him and his friends. He was coherent and responding appropriately to officers questions. I heard the reporting female USairways employee say she reported him because he ordered more than one drink at a time and therefore must be drunk. I overheard the man provide a mitlitary ID to the TSA agents. Even after all of this unnecessary harassment and vlidation that the man was not drunk, the TSA agents continued to question this guy for more than 45 minutes in the concourse. I just thought this behavior on all parts involved was reprehensible. The system is supposed to be checks and balances, rules and exceptions, when do we get to the exceptions or the recognition that mistake has been made? Since when do females judge when somebody is drunk based upon consumption of alcohol, let alone some glorified secretary with wings on her uniform. Prohibition was brought about because of female insecurities, and misperceptions. It took 12 years to repeal it, WTF!!! Go home Barney Fife!!! Go back to your flat earth society meetings.