Snoop Dogg has fessed up and accepted responsibility for threatening officers at London’s Heathrow airport last month.
The rapper “accepted a caution for a Section Four Public Order Act matter, using threatening words or behavior,” according to the Associated Press. In other words, Snoop said he’s sorry and no further action will be taken against him.
Snoop had gotten into a bit of trouble when he and five other men in his entourage were arrested on charges of violent disorder and starting a brawl when they were refused entry into the first-class lounge of British Airways. All of the men spent the night in jail and several of the officers involved in the altercation received minor injuries.
While Snoop has made good with the police, he continues to be banned from British Airways.
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