Three-quarters of popular London indie-rockers Razorlight required medical attention after discovering that they'd travelled on one of the planes found to contain traces of Polonium 210, the poison responsible for the widely reported death of Russian spy Alexandar Litvinenko.
Andy Burrows, Carl Dalemo and Bjorn Agren got in touch with doctors once they realised they'd been aboard one of the affected flights - on a British Airways 767 - and complained that they were suffering from flu-like symptoms once they landed at Heathrow following a cancelled show in Moscow. Johnny Borrell, it seems, wasn't travelling with his bandmates.
All three members have been give the all-clear by doctors. Razorlight play in Amsterdam tonight.