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  Reply # 524423 22-Sep-2011 09:11
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If you want true "fake pilot" gold, look here

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hL6nXfBhj0

The Ben prank was pointless and stupid

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  Reply # 524442 22-Sep-2011 09:29
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Athlonite: And the gate staff didn't ring for Security, stupid gate staff then


Security can't detain people either.  The best that can happen is police are called, and it sounds like that's what happened.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 524458 22-Sep-2011 10:08
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Athlonite: And the gate staff didn't ring for Security, stupid gate staff then


I would bet they did ring security but as they couldn't detain he would have left by the time security arrived. I don't think your stupid comment is very relevant. 




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  Reply # 524468 22-Sep-2011 10:19
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If you persist in trying to enter a restricted area or refuse to be screened or searched they can detain you until the Police arrive

Civil Aviation Act  section 80E

(3) An aviation security officer may detain a person who—
  • (a) refuses to leave when required to leave (or attempts to enter when denied entry) and persists in his or her refusal (or attempt) after being warned that he or she commits an offence by not complying:
  • (b) refuses to be screened or searched if the aviation security officer has reasonable grounds to suspect that—
    • (i) an offence against the Aviation Crimes Act 1972 has been, is being, or is likely to be committed, whether by that person or by any other person; or
    • (ii) a search of the person refusing to consent is likely to disclose evidence that an offence against the Aviation Crimes Act 1972 has been, is being, or is likely to be, committed, whether by that person or any other person.
(4) A person detained under subsection (3) must be delivered to a constable as soon as practicable.

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  Reply # 524541 22-Sep-2011 12:00
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Bung: If you persist in trying to enter a restricted area or refuse to be screened or searched they can detain you until the Police arrive

Civil Aviation Act  section 80E

(3) An aviation security officer may detain a person who—
  • (a) refuses to leave when required to leave (or attempts to enter when denied entry) and persists in his or her refusal (or attempt) after being warned that he or she commits an offence by not complying:


Only if they dont go away after first being denied and warned, so probably not detainable unless they actually were warned




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