A drunk man was removed from a plane at Gardermoen – tried to check in again

Gardermoen Oslo AirportGardermoen Oslo Airport.Photo: Erlend Aas / NTB scanpix

A 40 something year old man from Sunnmør was removed from a plane on Friday night because he was too drunk. Shortly thereafter, the man was stopped in the security check point at Oslo Airport.

– “A drunk person wanted to go through the security check point at the airport, but was rejected,” says the operations manager of the East Police District, Kristian Loraas, to Romerikes Blad.

– The man had apparently been removed from a plane earlier in the day because he was too drunk. He was not sober then either.

The man was strictly advised to go to a hotel and sleep it off, and to fly the day after instead.

The police were notified of the incident at 11 PM Friday.

 

 

© NTB scanpix / #Norway Today

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