Reports emerged that Aileen Taylor, 60, was transiting at Gatwick on her way home from watching Scotland play football in Israel, when security staff decided to confiscate a bottle of aftershave she had bought her husband from Ben Gurion’s duty free shop. Whilst the vaguely grenade-shaped Viktor & Rolf Spicebomb aftershave was seemingly of no concern to security conscious staff in Israel, the duty free product caused alarm at Gatwick.
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