POLICE have arrested two Gatwick drone gang suspects after a cyclist was spotted “frantically” packing two drones into a bag near the airport. The two suspects, a man and woman from the “Gatwick area”, were held by cops on Friday night after another day of travel chaos at the Sussex airport which saw dozens of flights cancelled. Suspected eco-warriors have caused three days of Christmas getaway hell with 1,000 flights cancelled or diverted, affecting 140,000 passengers since Wednesday night. And passengers are being warned to expect a fourth day of chaos as Britain’s second biggest airport Driver Paul Motts, 52, spotted the man “in this 30s and in hi-vis clothing” in a country lane four miles from the runway. on Thursday night He told The Sun he saw the unidentified man at 6.30pm on Thursday. The EDF Energy manager said: “I was delivering a parcel and drove past a suspicious man in fluorescent cycling gear crouching over a large drone which was all lit up. “It was a big thing with lights on its arms and roughly 4ft across. “He had a smaller drone, about 2ft across, next to him. “He was leaning over and doing something to it. He… Read full this story
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