An Ulster man with Parkinson's disease last night spoke of his anger at being deported from Canada after an immigration official suspected him of being a junkie.BBC News:
Father-of-six Trevor Hamilton (43), who lives in Omagh, was detained at Calgary Airport when an immigration official noticed his tremors, typical of the disease.
He was handcuffed and driven to a jail where he was strip searched, showered and held until he could be sent home the following day.
"I was marched down a hall, I had to strip completely, my own clothes taken off me," Mr Hamilton said.I can only hope someone is going to be fired over this.
"I was put under a cold shower - I mean cold now, ice cold.
"When I came out of the shower I was handed a towel and a blue overall and walked down to a cell.
"I was kept there until the following day."