A passenger was pulled off a flight and questioned for three hours because a taxi driver believed that the songs on his MP3 player suggested that he was a terrorist.
Immigrant Song contains the lyric: 'The hammer of the Gods will drive our ships to new lands, to fight the horde, singing and crying Valhalla I am coming.'
Meanwhile, the lyric to London Calling starts with the phrase: 'London calling to the faraway towns, now war is declared and battle come down.'
However, Mann explained that he began the journey by playing Procol Harum's Whiter Shade of Pale and carried on with the other songs because the driver seemed to like classic tunes.
"I figured he liked the classics so I put on a bit of Led Zeppelin," he told Metro. "Since I was going to London, I played the song by The Clash and finished up with Nowhere Man by The Beatles."
Durham Police said that its officers took Mann off the flight from Durham Tees Valley Airport to Heathrow based on "information it had received".
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