Because of an electric shock .. The wife of Arsenal player in the grip of the police

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Ozil, For last year’s assault on a London street.

Surveillance cameras showed in the middle of last year, German Ozil and Bosnian Kolasinak were attacked by white weapons by attackers.

Kulassinak responded to the attackers, with one of them wearing a helmet in an attempt to steal Ozil’s car, while the latter escaped with his family.

After the attack, Ozil wentKolasinak To a nearby restaurant to inform the police, who arrived quickly, and began investigating the incident to identify the perpetrators.

After the incident, Bella Kolasinak decided to go to Germany, and there she obtained a legal permit to carry an electric shock, but she did not realize that "The weapon" It is not legal in Britain.

The player’s wife could have been imprisoned for 6 months for possessing a banned weapon, but was released after being detained at the airport upon her arrival from Frankfurt last week, according to the newspaper. "Sun" British.

A spokesman for the player said that "What happened was a misunderstanding. The electric shock was still packed in its packaging, and there were no batteries inside".

He explained that Bella was able to prove her goodwill after showing letters that she had sent to the airline to ensure that she could have it Taser.

He added: "Unfortunately, Bella was on the plane with her phone locked, so the airline did not want that possession of that weapon to be legal.".

The spokesperson indicated that Bella did not inform the customs officers of the possession of the electric shock, because she mistakenly believed that it was not legal to own such types of devices by offering self-defense.

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Bella Kulassinak, 27, said she bought the detonator to protect herself, after her husband and fellow Londoner Masoud Ozil, For last year’s assault on a London street.

Surveillance cameras showed in the middle of last year, German Ozil and Bosnian Kolasinak were attacked by white weapons by attackers.

Kulassinak responded to the attackers, with one of them wearing a helmet in an attempt to steal Ozil’s car, while the latter escaped with his family.

After the attack, Ozil wentKolasinak To a nearby restaurant to inform the police, who arrived quickly, and began investigating the incident to identify the perpetrators.

After the incident, Bella Kolasinak decided to go to Germany, and there she obtained a legal permit to carry an electric detonator, but she did not realize that “arms” was not legal in Britain.

The player’s wife could have been imprisoned for 6 months for possessing a banned weapon, but was released after being detained at the airport upon her arrival from Frankfurt last week, according to the British newspaper “Sun”.

A spokesman for the player said, “What happened was a misunderstanding. The electric shock was still packed in its package and there were no batteries inside.”

He explained that Bella was able to prove her goodwill after showing letters that she had sent to the airline to ensure that she could have it Taser.

He added, “But unfortunately Bella was on the plane with her phone locked, so the airline did not want that possession of that weapon to be legal.”

The spokesperson indicated that Bella did not inform the customs officers of the possession of the electric shock, because she mistakenly believed that it was not legal to own such types of devices by offering self-defense.



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