Man taken off Nordic flight after suspicious words

Alleged suspicious comments get man and luggage removed
A flight due to leave Copenhagen for Paris on Sunday afternoon was delayed for almost an hour because a passenger was making suspicious comments.
The captain ordered that the man and his luggage be removed from the plane for suspicious behaviour, before the plane finally departed at 16.30. Copenhagen Police confirmed the incident.
“We can confirm that we removed a man from the plane and that it was due to the captain having noted suspicious behaviour from the man,” police spokesman Michael Andersen told TV2 News, but no further details were given.
“He said something in the plane that created some uncertainty,” Andersen told the newspaper Berlingske.
The man was not reported to be a Danish citizen.
The Local / Berlingske

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