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Drunk sparks Birmingham Airport security alert after climbing fence for ‘better view of planes’

A plane-spotter was arrested just 65ft from Birmingham Airport s runway after climbing an 8ft perimeter fence for a better view of the aircraft.

The drunken aeroplane fan downed two bottles of vodka before sparking a security alert by climbing over the barrier, reports the Birmingham Mail.1

Aftab Ali scaled the fence, which was topped with razor wire, at the height of the holiday season earlier this month. He was arrested only 20 metres short of the runway, where planes were taking off and landing, and told police the fence was in his way and blocking his view. The 23-year-old, of Witton Road, Aston, appeared at Birmingham Magistrates Court to admit a charge under the Aviation Security Act of entering a security restricted area without authority.

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He was fined 300, with 115 costs, after the court heard the offence did not carry a prison term. Ed Counsell, prosecuting, said police were alerted at 9.20am on August 12.

There are signs clearly stating it s a restricted area and the fence also indicates that, he said.


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He had injuries to his hands and legs from climbing the fence which had barbed wire on the top.

He was clearly drunk, and laughing, saying: I want to see the planes . After being taken to a police station, Ali told officers he had finished a nightshift and drunk two bottles of vodka.

He said he was lying on the grass mound next to the perimeter fence but decided the fence was spoiling his view so climbed over it but then fell over, Mr Counsell said.

Ash Mistry, defending, said Ali had drunk a lot of alcohol in a short space of time .

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He then decided to go and watch the planes but, in his intoxicated state, decided to climb the permimeter fence, he said.

It was 8ft tall and had razor wire at the top and, consequently, he suffered cuts to his legs and hands. Magistrates told Ali that his actions could have had extremely serious consequences for passengers if planes had needed to be diverted. Asked after the hearing whether the alert had triggered a security upgrade at the airport s perimeter, a spokeswoman said the area was compliant with requirements set out by the Department for Transport .

She said: We can confirm that a man was apprehended in accordance with Birmingham Airport s security surveillance.

At no time was he close to any aeroplanes, passengers or infrastructure.

References

  1. ^ reports the Birmingham Mail. (www.birminghammail.co.uk)

Drunk sparks Birmingham Airport security alert after climbing fence for

A plane-spotter was arrested just 65ft from Birmingham Airport s runway after climbing an 8ft perimeter fence for a better view of the aircraft.

The drunken aeroplane fan downed two bottles of vodka before sparking a security alert by climbing over the barrier, reports the Birmingham Mail.1

Aftab Ali scaled the fence, which was topped with razor wire, at the height of the holiday season earlier this month. He was arrested only 20 metres short of the runway, where planes were taking off and landing, and told police the fence was in his way and blocking his view. The 23-year-old, of Witton Road, Aston, appeared at Birmingham Magistrates Court to admit a charge under the Aviation Security Act of entering a security restricted area without authority.

Read More

He was fined 300, with 115 costs, after the court heard the offence did not carry a prison term. Ed Counsell, prosecuting, said police were alerted at 9.20am on August 12.

There are signs clearly stating it s a restricted area and the fence also indicates that, he said.


Read More

He had injuries to his hands and legs from climbing the fence which had barbed wire on the top.

He was clearly drunk, and laughing, saying: I want to see the planes . After being taken to a police station, Ali told officers he had finished a nightshift and drunk two bottles of vodka.

He said he was lying on the grass mound next to the perimeter fence but decided the fence was spoiling his view so climbed over it but then fell over, Mr Counsell said.

Ash Mistry, defending, said Ali had drunk a lot of alcohol in a short space of time .

Read More

He then decided to go and watch the planes but, in his intoxicated state, decided to climb the permimeter fence, he said.

It was 8ft tall and had razor wire at the top and, consequently, he suffered cuts to his legs and hands. Magistrates told Ali that his actions could have had extremely serious consequences for passengers if planes had needed to be diverted. Asked after the hearing whether the alert had triggered a security upgrade at the airport s perimeter, a spokeswoman said the area was compliant with requirements set out by the Department for Transport .

She said: We can confirm that a man was apprehended in accordance with Birmingham Airport s security surveillance.

At no time was he close to any aeroplanes, passengers or infrastructure.

References

  1. ^ reports the Birmingham Mail. (www.birminghammail.co.uk)

Dad shopped security guard son who stole cash collected from Co-op stores

A CROOKED security van driver is facing jail after his own father discovered he had secretly stolen cash collected from Co-op stores. Andrew Cave, 25, admitted pocketing up to 9,000 from branches he had collected money from. The thefts only came to light when his father discovered collection envelopes containing 3,625 cash in the boot of his son s car.

His company, Coventry-based Security Plus Ltd, and police were then called in and he was arrested. A judge at Warwick Crown Court warned Cave that custody is likely after he had pleaded guilty to the theft and the case was adjourned after the company claimed 11,860 had been taken. The former security guard, of Rectory Close, Exhall, was granted bail for evidence to be obtained on exactly how much he had stolen.

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Prosecutor Ian Windridge said Cave had worked as a cash in transit driver for Coventry-based Security Plus Ltd since November 2015, and his job included collecting cash from stores. The last day he had worked for the company was May 27 . Six days later his father discovered two Security Plus packages containing 3,625 in cash in the boot of his son s car. When challenged, Cave admitted taking the money from his employers – who were then informed, along with police.

In interview, Cave admitted that he had collected cash from three Co-op stores in north Warwickshire and Hinckley. He should have scanned the packages of cash, which would have entered them onto the Security Plus system, but instead he had made an excuse to give staff handwritten receipts.

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Cave admitted he then kept the cash, which he said came to between 8,000 to 9,000, but Security Plus put the figure at around 11,860. Judge Andrew Lockhart QC said: If it is provable by the company, it should be proved.

Plainly Mr Cave wants to know his fate, but his fate may be different under the guidelines if this material is available . It could make a real difference.

David Coyle, defending, said: He accepts whatever figure is established by evidence.

Mr Cave still has the sum of 2,700 in his bank account, and he wants to repay that to the company.

The difficulty is that the police have his bank card, and without that he can t make the transaction. The judge said Cave should be allowed to repay the money in his account before the next hearing . He warned the defendant: All options remain open .

I am making no promises at all .

Custody is likely.