A person was tasered and arrested within the early hours of Monday morning after getting into a staff-only safety space of London’s Gatwick Airport wielding two kitchen knives, police say.
Round 1:55 a.m., the 30-year-old man from Crawley, West Sussex, England barged right into a secured, employees-only part of the airport’s south terminal reportedly “making threats to kill” and “overtly carrying a kitchen knife in every hand,” The Guardian stories.
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Police say that the person was not a traveler and that they don’t consider the incident was terrorism-related.
The aggressor was shortly tasered by legislation enforcement officers and arrested, BBC stories. Charged on suspicion of possessing weapons and threatening to kill, he has since been detained underneath the Psychological Well being Act.
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The luggage declare space of the air hub’s south terminal was evacuated as a precaution, however opened once more with regular operations as of two:45 a.m. that morning, as per the Night Customary.
“This incident was handled swiftly and no members of the general public or police had been harmed,” Superintendent Justin Burtenshaw of the Sussex Police Division stated of the incident.
Anybody with data is urged to contact the Sussex Police.
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