RAPPER Snoop Dogg has been arrested after a disturbance at Heathrow Airport.
Police detained the US star after a row broke out after his 30-strong entourage was refused entry to the British Airways first-class lounge at Terminal 1 at about 6.30pm yesterday evening.
His party was then alleged to have moved to a duty-free shop, where it was said they threw bottles of whisky to the floor and argued with staff.
Police were escorting the group away from the scene when a further disturbance broke out, said a Scotland Yard spokesman.
Seven officers received minor injuries, mainly cuts and bruises.
But one suffered a broken hand.
Six men in their 30s, including Snoop - whose real name is Calvin Broadus - were arrested on charges of violent disorder and affray.
Snoop, 34, and his group were due to board a flight to Johannesburg, South Africa, before the row broke out.