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AIRPORT (Reuters) - The Royal Military Police at Schiphol Airport Wednesday morning has arrested a man. He would be significant inconvenience to board an airplane have caused.


The drunk, 46-year-old Swede would have been scholden fellow passengers, stewardesses have palpation and his pants had pockets.

That was spokesman Robert van Kapel known. The man was not susceptible to reason, so the crew has had him handcuffed to save. It even had one of the pilots and equipment. Upon arrival at Schiphol summarized the military annoying the passenger in the collar. The plane was en route from an African country to Amsterdam.

Sniffer dogs

It is not the first time this month that the military at Schiphol in action because passengers had to make amok. Earlier this month they held a drunken, Irish woman who co-passengers and crew on a flight to Schiphol would have beaten.

Earlier this week called a confused, Dutch occupant of an aircraft standing ready that he had explosives with him. The military had the unit with sniffer dogs search, which delayed the flight.

,, We take the high''said the spokesman of the military on this kind of incidents. He said to be pleased that passengers and crew members show great willingness to make a declaration. Partly it is the Irish woman still solid. , "They do not come from a settlement.''

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