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Three men charged with assault on P&O Cross channel ferry

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Port of Dover police have charged three men after an assault on a cross-Channel ferry.

The incident happened P&Os Spirit of France in March as the vessel returned to Dover.

The men have been charged with assaulting a passenger on board the ferry, causing actual bodily harm.

They are also jointly charged with threatening unlawful violence towards others.

All three men will appear before Folkestone magistrates on the January 6.

Inspector Neil Care from the port of Dover police, said: “This was a particularly difficult and protracted inquiry which, although it has taken some time, we have been determined to conclude.

“We will not hesitate to prosecute and bring to justice to anyone that jeopardises the safety of the port’s customers or threatens the safe and secure environment that we maintain for the benefit of the whole port community.”

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