A picture taken from the screen of a monitor on March 18, 2017 shows a man lying on the ground  of a terminal building at Paris' Orly airport after he was shot by French security forces for taking a weapon from a soldier. Security forces at Paris' Orly airport shot dead a man who took a weapon from a soldier, the interior ministry said. Witnesses said the airport was evacuated following the shooting at around 8:30am (0730GMT). The man fled into a shop at the airport before he was shot dead, an interior ministry spokesman told AFP. He said there were no people were wounded in the incident.  / AFP PHOTO / - / ALTERNATIVE CROP
An image taken from the display screen of a monitor on March 18, 2017 exhibits a person mendacity on the bottom of a terminal constructing at Paris’ Orly airport after he was shot by French safety forces for taking a weapon from a soldier.
Security forces at Paris’ Orly airport shot lifeless a person who took a weapon from a soldier, the inside ministry stated. Witnesses stated the airport was evacuated following the capturing at round eight:30am (0730GMT). The man fled into a store on the airport earlier than he was shot lifeless, an inside ministry spokesman advised AFP. He stated there have been no folks have been wounded within the incident./ AFP PHOTO /

PARIS, France (AFP) — The man shot lifeless at Paris’s Orly airport after attacking a soldier was under the influence of medication and alcohol on the time, a judicial source stated Sunday.

“Toxicology tests carried out on Sunday showed an alcohol level of 0.93 grams per litre in his blood, and the presence of cannabis and cocaine,” the source stated, a day after the incident on the French capital’s second-busiest airport.

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