It all started off so reasonably (all emphasis added):
A man believed to be a member of the Hells Angels motorcycle club has been arrested and charged after he allegedly tried to board a plane with a loaded gun.
The man was stopped by Vancouver International Airport screeners on Friday after screening devices showed a [sic] what appeared to be a handgun in his carry-on luggage.
RCMP were called and found a fully loaded, semi-automatic Bryco handgun in the bag.
Is there a problem, officer? Ah, here we go:
The weapon is prohibited due to its barrel length.
Yes, let's keep that in mind for the next time, shall we? In any event, you just can't sneak anything by those Mounties, can you?
Also found in the bag were Hells Angels T-shirts and Hells Angels colours identifying the wearer as the sergeant-of-arms of the White Rock chapter of the motorcycle club. The luggage also contained Hells Angels documents such as information about officers' meetings.
"We're firmly convinced he is the sergeant of arms of the White Rock chapter," said RCMP Cpl. Peter Thiessen. "Our intelligence indicates that and is supported by the property which he had in his possession being a vest and what it says on it."
FATHER: "Make sure the Prince doesn't leave this room until I come and get him."
FIRST GUARD: "Not ... to leave the room ... even if you come and get him."
FATHER: "No. Until I come and get him."
SECOND GUARD: "Hic."
... etc etc ...