Briton detained in Egypt over 'pat on back' returns home
A British father-of-four who was detained in Egypt accused of "patting" a male airport security guard on the back has returned home. Tony Camoccio, 51, arrived back on British soil on Sunday afternoon and was met by a crowd of family and friends ...
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