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Ordeal of OAP who quipped 'I'm not Muslim' at airport security after he was stopped: Man spends six months facing racism charges before case is finally dropped
A pensioner who said 'I'm not Muslim' when he was asked to remove his shoes at airport security has spent more than six months facing charges for racism.
Paul Griffith, 75, pictured, set off the security scanner's alarm at Stansted airport when travelling to Malaga for a week's holiday.
He removed his shoes as requested, but said: 'I am not Muslim am I?'
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