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Three Secret Service agents sent home from Amsterdam for 'bad behaviour'

Published 26/03/2014 | 08:26

US President Barack Obama arrives at the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit on March 24, 2014 in The Hague, Netherlands.
THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS - MARCH 24: US President Barack Obama arrives at the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit on March 24, 2014 in The Hague, Netherlands. The Nuclear Security Summit, held March 24-25, will be attended by world leaders and is aimed at preventing nuclear terrorism. (Photo by Evert-Jan Daniels - Pool/Getty Images)
THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS - MARCH 24: US President Barack Obama arrives at the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit on March 24, 2014 in The Hague, Netherlands. The Nuclear Security Summit, held March 24-25, will be attended by world leaders and is aimed at preventing nuclear terrorism. (Photo by Evert-Jan Daniels - Pool/Getty Images)

Three Secret Service agents have been 'sent home' from the Netherlands following 'bad behaviour'.

The three agents were sent home by the Service for 'disciplinary reasons' in advance of US President Barack Obama's arrival.

At least one agent was found 'inebriated' in an Amsterdam hotel and two more were 'deemed complicit', the Associate Press reports.

Secret Service spokesman Ed Donovan confirmed that three agents were sent back to the United States for "disciplinary reasons". He added that the event 'did not compromise' the President's security.

The Washington Post reports that the three agents are now on 'administrative leave' from the Counter Assault Team, one of which is reported to be a team leader.

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