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A British woman says she was arrested at the Acropolis in Athens in a case of 'racism at its finest'.
London-based travel blogger Adebola Sowemimo says she was detained by Greek authorities in Athens who pushed her out of a museum because she was wearing 'inappropriate clothing', before she was screamed at and arrested.
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Adebola, who grew up near Swindon, said a 'false testament' was made against her alleging that she had lifted her skirt and flashed her body - a claim she insists was not true.
Yesterday she tweeted: 'I've just been arrested by Greek Police based on a false accusation. The Greek police are keeping me in custody. This is racism at its finest.
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'I went to the Acropolis in Athens today and I was pushed out of the museum because I was apparently wearing inappropriate clothing.'
She continued: 'I was screamed at and pushed out of the building while being screamed at in Greek.
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'Police were called and a false testament was made against me that I was lifting my skirt and flashing my body to the...
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