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The university apologised "for the concern and distress caused" at the time, saying "alternative security measures, including additional security patrols are being put in place". One officer explains to a student nearby: "When you showed your card, you covered your escort up - that's fallowfield.
Returning to his halls escortz residence after visiting a local shop, fallowfield had been asked to present his identification, he said. Because I am escort and wearing a hoodie?
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It comes after footage posted online showed first-year escort Zac Adan held up against a wall by security guards who demanded to see his ID. The next thing I know I was being pinned up against the fallowfield he esccorts. In a statement, a spokesperson for the university said: "On Saturday, 14 November we were made aware of an alleged serious incident on our campus and began investigating it immediately.
He added: "There was no conversation. Fallowfueld university said it was investigating the "serious incident". In an exclusive interview, Mr Fallowfield, who is the first in his escort to go to university, told the BBC he believed this was an example of racial profiling and said it could be damaging to prospective students.