LONDON — A medal-winning Paralympian who allegedly glued himself to a British Airlines airplane at a London airport has denied inflicting a public nuisance as he sought to attract consideration to world warming.
James Brown seemed Saturday at Westminster Magistrates Courtroom, the place his attorney pleaded no longer to blame to the fee on his behalf.
Brown is accused of mountaineering on and sticking himself to the airplane at London Town Airport on Thursday.
The 55-year-old says he isn’t “denying what I did, however I used to be forced to do what I did on account of my considerations for the way forward for my youngsters.”
A pass judgement on granted Brown conditional bail and prohibited him from going inside of a mile of any U.Ok. airport
Brown is visually impaired and received two gold medals in biking whilst competing for Britain within the 1984 Summer time Paralympics.
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