Police called after incident with Scott Hall in an airport bar

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One of the WWE's biggest names has once again made the headlines for the wrong reasons as Hall of Famer Scott Hall was involved in an incident at a hotel bar.

The troubled former superstar has had a history with drink and drugs but was accused of being heavily intoxicated during the incident.

Another step down

Hall who has previously said that he is is sober was drinking at a bar in Atlanta airport on Saturday when things began to turn dramatic.


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Allegedly, the former NWO member was making advances towards a female member of staff and even at one point called her a 'b**ch'.

This supposedly angered the staff member's father who was also sat at the bar and took exception to the language being aimed at his daughter.

Trouble began stirring when Hall didn't believe that the man was really her father and that led to a manager being called over.

Hall refused to leave when he was asked to by the manager and then law enforcement was called to resolve the situation.

Once they arrived on scene, the officers recognised Hall by his former WWE persona of Razor Ramon and were able to escort him from the bar.

Hall left peacefully in the end and no police report was actually filed for the incident which will surely work in the Hall of Famers favour.

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