Briton thrown in Egyptian jail for sexual assault after ‘PATTING airport securit…
A British father is being held in an Egyptian jail cell with no roof and sleeping on a concrete floor with just a blanket for warmth after he was arrested for patting a male airport security guard on the back.
Businessman Tony Camoccio, 51, was arrested and falsely accused of sexually assaulting the official as he was about to leave the North African country with a group of family and friends.
Mr Comaccio was thrown into the notorious Hurghada Police Station Number One and his wife, Joan, 59, and family are desperately trying to secure his release.
His father Peter Camoccio, 73, from Sutton, Surrey, said: ‘They put him into a cell with no roof and he has slept on a concrete floor with only a blanket. The situation is chronic.
Tony Camoccio (pictured left with his wife Joan, right) a British father-of four has been locked up in an Egyptian prison for five days after patting an airport security guard on the back
Mr Camoccio’s nightmare began on Saturday February 8 when he jokingly patted a security guard at the airport on the back after he was frisked by the officer at the airport going home
This is the moment Mr Camoccio, from Sutton, in Surrey, was…