Admittedly, it takes more than a stolen badge and uniform for someone to gain access to off-limits areas of an airport, as entry points to these areas are also secured by biometric scanners and PIN numbers. The TSA also insists SIDA badges are deactivated as soon as they're reported lost or stolen.
Still, anyone wandering an airport with false credentials is a pretty big security problem, even if they're just the limo driver.
Gianni Jaccoma is a staff writer for Thrillist, and this doesn't really boost his confidence in the system, man. Follow him to the cavity search room on Twitter @gjaccoma