The Aussie authorities are having trouble deporting a pommy murderer:
Australia may have to charter a plane at a cost of up to A$1 million (Â£650,000) to fly a British murderer, Keith David Herring, to London.
Australian authorities have been seeking to deport Herring since his release from prison in June. However, two attempts to fly him home from Sydney airport failed this week.
On Wednesday, he was removed from a Qantas plane by three security guards and an immigration authority after abusing crew and vandalising the plane.
The following day, he was removed from a Thai Airways plane after similar behaviour.
“He misbehaved in a range of ways and a decision was made by the department in consultation with the airline that we didn’t want to risk any incidents with passengers and crew, so we took him off,” an immigration official said.
Authorities are seeking the “most cost-effective” way to transport him but have already wasted the cost of ten airfares for Herring and officials. The immigration department may have to charter a plane and is also considering booking a row or rows of seats.
Herring is currently being held in an immigration detention centre in Sydney.
Easily fixed…send him home in a box.