An armed policeman patrols on Dec. 12, 2015 at Geneva Airport in Geneva.(AFP / Richard Juilliart)
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An Indian man who triggered a bomb scare at Geneva airport to avoid missing his flight has been jailed and hit with a massive bill to compensate police for time wasted, media reported Monday.Geneva police have told a 39-year-old Indian man to pay 50,000 Swiss francs ($51,200, 46,300 euros) after he told an airline employee at Geneva's Cointrin airport there was a bomb on a plane he was rushing to catch last month, the Le Matin daily reported.This marks the second time in as many months that Geneva police have showed they will make hoaxsters pay dearly for fake bomb scares.
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