As first reported by Steve Watson, Monday, March 15th, 2010

A British holidaymaker was ordered to cover up his t-shirt by airport security guards at London’s Gatwick airport, who described the slogan “Freedom or Death” as “threatening” and “an incitement to terrorism”.

38-year-old father of two, Lloyd Berks, was ordered to obscure the shirt while passing through security gates on his way to a flight to Austria.

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