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Mel Gibson speaks about Scotland in first return to country in almost 30 years

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Mel Gibson has been videoed speaking about Scotland in his first return to the country in almost 30 years.Gibson, who played William Wallace in Braveheart, hasn’t been back since the film’s premiere was held at Stirling Castle in 1995.The 66-year-old is taking part in a live show tonight in Glasgow at the city’s DoubleTree by Hilton hotel, next to Glasgow Central Station, called an “Experience with Mel Gibson”.Asked by organisers how it felt to be back in Scotland, Gibson replied: "Yeah, good.

It's been 28 years."I haven't been here in 28 years since I was 38 or 39." Asked if much has changed, he replied: "I can't remember, it's been so long. "I've been to Glasgow but I couldn't even remember anything about it."The Braveheart star tucked into a curry after arriving at Glasgow Airport in a private jet from Budapest on Friday.He headed straight for Mr Singh’s, near Charing Cross - an Indian restaurant popular for visiting celebrities and former Rangers players and it has its own exclusive VIP area.Gibson was seen laughing with and embracing a member of staff in the street.And on Saturday night the Hollywood star enjoyed a meal at Tiffney's Steakhouse on Otago Street in the city.In a post on Facebook, the restaurant revealed: "Tonight we welcomed Mel Gibson but he didn’t want us to take his picture!"We can confirm however, he thoroughly enjoyed his steak!"The black-tie “Experience with Mel Gibson” dinner costs upwards of £100 a ticket, plus £300 to get a picture with the Hollywood star.Organisers have promised he will share untold stories as part of the all-access show.Braveheart grossed more than £200million at the box office and won five Academy Awards, including Best Director, Best Cinematography and Best Picture.In

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