After presenting himself to the British police in London yesterday (May 10), rapper Snoop Dogg has been cautioned, following his arrest in London’s Heathrow airport in April.
An official statement has been released by the British police, stating that Snoop Dogg, real name Calvin Broadus was cautioned for affray under Section 4 of Public Order Act for acting disorderly and using threatening words.
The rapper had spent a night in a west London jail cell, with five other men who are also expected to present themselves to police tomorrow (May 12).
Snoop and his entourage were on their way to Johannesburg, South Africa to perform at the “People’s Celebration” concert, along side Pharell, Mario and Sean Paul.
They were accused of acting disorderly and abusive in Heathrow’s Terminal 1, after being refused entrance to the British Airways first class lounge.
Snoop has been banned from flying with the airline “for the foreseeable future”.