United States issues steep list of demands for nuclear treaty with Iran
US wary of North Korean cyber prowess ahead of Kim-Trump summit
Samsung Galaxy J6 with Infinity Display Launch on May 21: Features, Specifications
What Is 'Google One' And Do You Need To Care?
YouTube Music, YouTube Premium launched
National Football League player arrested after making a joke at airport counter
11 April 2018, 09:29 | Jodi Jackson
AP Green Bay Packers wide receiver Trevor Davis during training camp
The woman with Davis was not arrested, police said.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Trevor Davis has discovered that it's a really bad idea to test the sense of humour of airline staff after his joke about explosives resulted in an arrest.
Airport police spokesman Rob Pedregon said Monday that Davis was booked on a charge of making a false bomb threat at an airport and released with a summons to appear in court. Davis said yes and then turned to his female traveling companion and asked if she remembered to pack the explosives, officials said.
Davis was reportedly answering security questions at the check in counter when he made the joke about being in possession of a bomb, according to USA TODAY.
"The Packers have been attentive to the matter involving Trevor Davis". "We are in the process of gathering more information and will refrain from making any further comment as it is an ongoing legal matter".
He was selected by the Packers in the in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft from the University of California. Davis ranked third in the National Football League in punt return average last season at 12 yards a return. The player could be subject to an NFL disciplinary hearing, per the league's rules.
A similarly misguided comment got a Colorado hockey referee arrested in October 2012 and caused the evacuation of Anchorage International Airport.
Friesema, 44, was charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
Kevin Kiermaier (foot) still out for Tampa Bay on Tuesday
Gomez extended the Tampa Bay lead back to four runs with a solo shot to center field off Hector Santiago in the sixth inning. Delmonico received an error , his second in as many days. "It's just that one hit or that one AB that can change the game".
Daughter of poisoned Russian spy released from hospital
The incident has drawn comparisons to the 2006 death of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko after drinking radioactive tea. Russian Federation denies involvement in the poisoning, which has triggered a diplomatic crisis between Moscow and the West.
Good Friday agreement reunion marks 20 years of peace
Any border poll is bound to heighten tensions in Northern Ireland and it appears Brexit has brought such a prospect a step closer. Former prime ministers of Britain and Ireland, Tony Blair and Bertie Ahern, as well as another key figure, former U.S.