Scottish TV presenter Kaye Adams arrested by police at Cop26 for ‘unusual behavior’


Scottish TV presenter Kaye Adams says she was arrested by police at Cop 26 for filming with her iphone.

The former Edinburgh schoolgirl spoke online about being questioned by plainclothes officers for acting suspiciously during yesterday’s event.

The TV star was walking around Glasgow filming videos for her social media when she was arrested.

His latest video showed police officers standing outside the building, before Kaye could be heard off camera saying “What, are you okay?”

She later took to Twitter and posted saying, “I just got arrested and questioned by an undercover police officer near Cop 26 for acting ‘surreptitiously’.

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Officers questioned Kaye for filming with her phone

“Never been accused of this before!”

She continued, “A secret shoot apparently. I had my secret iPhone in my secret hand.

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Kaye appeared to ignore the incident and then took to Instagram to praise the climate summit.

She said: “Amazing to think that the future of the planet is being discussed behind these turnstiles. “

Scottish Police have said they are monitoring anyone acting “unusually” in and around the Cop 26 event.

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Kaye was filming at the climate conference

Deputy Chief Constable Gary Ritchie said: ‘The Scottish Police are leading Project Servator, a tactic that has been proven to help disrupt a range of criminal activity, as part of the police operation to provide a COP26 safe and secure.

“Project Servator has been successfully deployed at major events in the past, such as the Commonwealth Games and the Edinburgh festivals.

“As part of these deployments, uniformed and plainclothes officers, who are trained to detect unusual behavior, will proactively engage with people and are happy to provide information and reassurance about the campaign. “

Kaye was born in Falkirk but attended St. George’s School for Girls in Edinburgh, before studying politics and economics at the University of Edinburgh.


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