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The security agents noticed the element and immediately proceeded with the procedure.

Arsenal F.C.

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By:

Christian Amézquita

May 23, 2020, 11:49 a.m.

According to the English press, the wife of Sead Kolasinac, an Arsenal footballer, was captured last weekend at a London airport for carrying a weapon.

Following the assault that Kolasinac and Mesut Özil suffered in the middle of last year, the woman, named Bella, decided to equip herself with an electric pistol as an element of self-defense, something that is allowed in Germany as long as there is a prior registration.

Unfortunately for Bella, in England carrying such an item is illegal and especially in the case of an airport, where security standards are even higher. As expected, once officers discovered the weapon, they immediately captured the woman.

Bella explained the situation saying that she had contacted the authorities to report that she had a weapon with her, even the Kolasinac representative assured that “the gun was still in its packaging and had no batteries.”

“She was able to demonstrate that she sent emails to flight operators to make sure she could import it. Unfortunately he was on the air with his phone turned off when he received an email saying the device was illegal. “

Finally, the woman was released with precautionary measures and it could be said that she “took it out cheaply,” considering that importing weapons into Britain is a crime punishable by six months in prison.

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