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MONTREAL – Canadian police said Friday that it was wrong for one of their officers to whisk Halle Berry, her model boyfriend and baby through airport security at Montreal's Trudeau airport. A constable at the airport decided to let the couple pass a long line after a spur-of-the-moment request on Monday by Gabriel Aubry, a Quebec model who is Berry's boyfriend and father of her 22-month-old daughter, Nahla. "The (boyfriend) of Ms. Berry asked if they could go faster through the line because they were late and they had the baby," said Insp. Jimmy Cacchione, who heads the 36-member unit that patrols the Montreal airport. "The officer took the personal initiative to allow them to go through the line faster, but that's not something the Montreal police supports." An embarrassed Montreal police force issued a directive to its officers Friday, urging them to avoid a repeat of the episode. The officer involved will not be reprimanded and the police airport unit will institute stricter rules for the future, Cacchione added.