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Police board ferry to deal with two drunken mobs

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CONDOR will not tolerate inebriated or inappropriate behaviour, its chief executive Paul Luxon has said following an incident over the weekend that saw a 37-year-old man being arrested.

Jersey police officers had to board the Condor Rapide to deal with two ‘drunken mobs’ as it returned from St Malo on Saturday evening.

Jersey police officers had to board the Condor Rapide to deal with two ‘drunken mobs’ as it returned from St Malo on Saturday evening.

The man was arrested and subsequently charged with being drunk and disorderly, violently resisting arrest and causing malicious damage.

The ferry company has since warned passengers that they would be refused travel if they display such behaviour and could also be barred from travelling in the future. It also announced that it would be reviewing its policies.

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