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Four injured and 17 held after London Luton Airport fight Eleven charged after fight breaks out at Luton Airport
(about 3 hours later)
Footage of the disorder was caught on camera The incident happened in the main departure lounge
Four people were injured and 17 people were arrested after a fight broke out at London Luton Airport. Police have charged 11 people with violent disorder after a fight broke out at Luton Airport.
Bedfordshire Police said the incident happened at about 08:00 BST on Friday. Four people were injured, three seriously, in the brawl, which happened in the main departure lounge on Friday morning.
The force said three people were taken to hospital with serious injuries and those arrested, on suspicion of violent disorder, were taken into custody for questioning. The 11 men, aged between 20 and 55, were released on bail ahead of a court hearing.
A spokesman for the airport said it was "shocked and saddened" by the incident in the airside main departure lounge. Five other people were released without charge and another was released on bail with conditions.
He added: "We take a zero tolerance approach to violence and continue to assist the police with their inquiries. We would like to sincerely apologise to any passengers affected." A spokesman for the airport said it was "shocked and saddened" by the violence.
He added: "We take a zero tolerance approach to violence and continue to assist the police with their inquiries.
"We would like to sincerely apologise to any passengers affected."
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