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Loose Women’s Kaye Adams ‘stopped by police’ at COP26 conference for ‘acting surreptitiously’

Kaye Adams was stopped by police for filming at the Cop26 summit (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV)

Kaye Adams has revealed she was stopped by police outside the COP26 conference in Glasgow after they believed she was acting ‘surreptitiously’.

The Loose Women star, 58, had been sharing videos from outside the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference on her Instagram story when she was approached by a plain clothes police officer.

She wrote on her story: ‘Amazing to think the future of the planet is being discussed behind these turnstiles…

‘Just slightly concerned to be stopped and questioned by a plain clothes police officer who thought I was dodgy…’

Kaye added on Twitter: ‘Just got stopped and questioned by a plain clothes police officer near #COP26 for acting ‘surreptitiously’. Never been accused of that before!’

When a follower asked her: ‘Were you being suspiciously surreptitious?’, Kaye replied: ‘Secretive filming apparently. I had my secretive iPhone in my secretive hand.’

Another asked what she had been wearing to arouse such suspicion, to which she joked: ‘A Spiderman outfit. What’s your point caller?’

Cop26 is a global United Nations summit on climate change and how countries are planning to tackle it, which was delayed from last November due to the coronavirus pandemic.




It will take place between October 31 and November 12 and is being described as the most significant climate event since the 2015 Paris Agreement to discuss changes to benefit the environment including cutting carbon emissions.

Prince Charles has called the summit the ‘last-chance saloon to save the planet’, saying that as ‘the enormity of the climate challenge’ dominates people’s conversations, the ‘future of humanity and nature herself is at stake’.

He added: ‘It is surely time to set aside our differences and grasp this unique opportunity to launch a substantial green recovery by putting the global economy on a confident, sustainable trajectory and thus save our planet.’


Credit: Original article published here.

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