Cyprus Mail

Drunken passenger arrested at Paphos airport

Police are investigating a case of drunkenness, causing public disturbance, and public insult involving a British man who arrived at Paphos airport late Wednesday.

According to police, the 36-year-old arrived on a flight from the UK at around 11pm. At some point during the checking process including in the coronavirus protocols, he began to cause a fuss and began to kick down the metal bollards put in place to ensure orderly arrivals.

Paphos airport police were informed and the man was taken to a room at the airport. However, when they got him in the room, he began shouting and insulting the police who said he appeared to be intoxicated.

He was then arrested.

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