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SRK detained at US airport, third time in seven years!


Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan was today again detained at the US airport for questioning by the US immigration department—apparently the third time in past few years, according to media reports.

SRK himself told the world about his detention through his twitter messages.

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“I fully understand & respect security with the way the world is, but to be detained at US immigration every damn time really really sucks,” tweeted SRK on Friday.

He added, “The brighter side is while waiting caught some really nice Pokemons”.

US officials apologised for inconvenience saying they were working to ensure the same does not happen in future.

“Sorry for the trouble at LAX @iamsrk. We are working to ensure it doesn’t happen again. Your work inspires millions, including in the US,” tweeted US ambassador to India Rich Verma.

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Another US official Nisha Biswal to apologised for the inconvenience but added even Americal diplomats had to pass through security check.

“Sorry for the hassle at the airport, @iamsrk- even American diplomats get pulled for extra screening!”, tweeted,” Biswal, assistant secretary of State for South and Central Asia, US Department of State.

While some expressed shock at the incident, others took this opportunity to hit out at SRK for his “intolerance” remarks.

“Little bit confused, is it same #ShahRukhKhan who doesn’t respect own country, manufacture intolerance, brand it as a intolerant country???” retweeted Neetu Garg.

Another one retweeted, “What happened to the BJP leader who was shot yesterday? No news about him, everyone busy with #ShahRukhKhan”.

Earlier SRK was detained at the US airport in 2012 for some two-three hours..

Prior to that he was detained in 2009, reports said.

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