Monday, August 14, 2006


Snow Patrol's US tour became snarled up in the John Reid inspired crackdown on people taking lattes and newspapers onto planes, as the band were attempting to get from various parts of the UK to America, and only a two of them made it.

Businessperson Frank Whittlefield, who was caught in the security tailbacks at Heathrow, told Channel 4 News: "I've been stood here waiting for sixteen hours, and my laptop, which I had to check, has already been sold on eBay. But, obviously, if all this upheaval means that just a few people are spared the horror of having to see Snow Patrol live, you can't complain, can you?"

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