Pensioner Charged with Racism After Saying 'I'm not a Muslim' at Airport Security Staff
Posted: Oct 27, 2014 9:53 AM

A British pensioner who quipped "I'm not a Muslim" when asked to remove his shoes at airport security spent more than six months with a criminal charge of racism hanging over him, before the Crown Prosecution Service dropped the case just one day before it was due in court. Paul Griffith, who was flying from Stansted Airport in Essex, has described the experience as "incredibly stressful", the Daily Mail has reported.  

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