New York Giants defensive tackle A.J. Francis is furious with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and with good reason.

Francis lashed out at TSA in a profanity-laced tweet claiming the agency left an urn containing his dead mother’s ashes open after rummaging through his suitcase, causing her remains to spill all over his belongings.

“Hey you pieces of s— at @TSA next time you a— feel the need to go thru my mother’s ashes for no reason, make sure you close it back so her remains aren’t spilled on all my clothes… the least you pieces of garbage can do is your f— job,” Francis wrote.

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AskTSA responded to the irate tweet, offering their apologies and  condolences for the way his precious cargo was mishandled.

“Our officers are trained to handle your carry-on and checked property with care,” TSA tweeted. “Out of respect for the deceased, under no circumstances should the container be opened. Please accept our apologies and our condolences.”

“Under all circumstances f— yourself,” an understandably still shaken up Francis responded.

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The NFL player later elaborated about his frustrations with how inconsiderate the agents were during his time of grief.

“The craziest part of this @TSA s— is that I dont even care that they checked it… they were just being cautious, & I can understand that. But to not ensure that it won’t spill back into my bag after you put it back in is the most asinine & irresponsible s— I have ever seen,” he added.

According to Nihal Kolur of Sports Illustrated, Francis’ mother, Carrie Leanne Francis, just died two weeks ago. Our sincerest condolences to Francis and the rest of his family.

You can check out the heated Twitter exchange below. Please be forewarned that it does include strong language.

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