Paraglider arrested, charged after flying close to President Trump in Scotland protest

He's been grounded.

The paragliding protester who got a little too close to President Trump in western Scotland on Friday night is in custody, police said Sunday.

The 55-year-old suspect has been arrested and charged in connection with the pre-arranged Greenpeace protest, but police did not give further details.

The paraglider carried a banner reading "Trump: Well Below Par" over Trump's Turnberry resort to protest his environmental policies. Trump was seen cutting across the grass, quickly heading to the entrance of the resort, as the protester appeared.

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The protester breached a no-fly zone over the resort and committed a criminal offense, according to police. Greenpeace said it informed police about the stunt before it took place.

"We've just delivered a message to @RealDonaldTrump as he was standing outside his hotel in Turnberry watching. #Resist #StopTrump.", the environmental group tweeted after the incident.

The paraglider is expected to appear in court on Monday.

Tens of thousands took to the streets in London, Edinburgh and other British cities to protest Trump's first official visit to Britain, with smaller groups demonstrating outside Trump's two golf resorts in Scotland.

The President was expected to leave Scotland on Sunday ahead of his planned meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland on Monday.