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Is it true that one can be arrested for photographing a bad employees name tag?

Awhile back, I got into a verbal altercation with a ticketing agent at the airport. I felt that the agent had offended not only me, but also my fiance, all because were not knowledgeable on the company's policies and I was mistaken on some minor information. I used my camera to take a picture of the agents name tag, to use for reference when speaking with their supervisor. The agent immediately said they would have the police called on me for "unlawfully taking a picture of them" and I would be escorted of the premises, missing my flight all together. In the end I deleted the picture. Had I not deleted the picture and went to the supervisor, would I have been within my legal right, or would I have been removed?

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