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| I travelled from Copenhagen to Berlin. It is not my first flight in or out of CPH. I consider the employees there exceptionally rude, but this time it was a new level. I am mobility impaired and need wheelchair service at larger airports to get me from check-in to the gate. The trouble stared at security, which in a bad airport is the worst part. I can walk a few steps so in order to speed things up I offered to walk through the detector. Despite having removed every part of metal the detector beeped. A female security agent asked me step in front of something that looked like a large TV. On the floor was a plate and on it a painted circle a little larger than a soccer ball. The agent asked me to raise my arms and turn on my own on this little plate. I told her in my condition this was hardly possible since I can only make very small steps. Also, equilibrum is an issue. She demanded that I do as instructed. I tried but it was a very wobbly affair. She told me that the results were unreadable and demanded to do that again. I asked her if she was joking. No avail, I had to do this again. Of course again the results were not usable, at which point she just patted me down and tested for explosives. Since the security control was very full, I felt like a circus bear on a leash made to dance. I travel a lot and travelling with disabilities is never easy, but I have never been treated like this. It was degrading, demeaning and disrespectful to a person with mobility issues. I don't mind body scanners, but this type will be a challenge to everyone who is not completely surefooted. I will try to avoid Copenhagen airport under all circumstances.