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Snoop Dogg takes the blame for airport scuffle
Snoop Dogg accepted responsibility for using "threatening words or behavior" during last month's brawl at Heathrow Airport in London. Snoop met with police, who said he "accepted a caution for a Section Four Public Order Act matter, using threatening words or behavior" during his return visit to the Heathrow police station. The action means a person has accepted responsibility for the offense and a record will be made, but nothing further will be done involving Snoop in the case. The other five men arrested will need to return to London for similar processing. The fight at the airport injured seven police officers. The altercation started when some of Snoop's entourage were not allowed into a first-class lounge. Snoop and the five U.S. citizens in their 30s were held on charges of violent disorder and starting a brawl and spent the night in jail, but were released without being charged with any offenses. However, all were told that they would need to return after further investigations took place. Snoop has since been banned from British Airways. Latest news...
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