Scottish papers: Oil worker's hijack photo and MSPs' payoffs

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An Aberdeen oil worker posing for a picture with a plane hijacker makes the front pages of many of today's papers.

The Scottish Sun shows a grinning Ben Innes with a man identified by Cypriot officials as Seif Eldin Mustafa.

The same picture appears on the front page of The Times, underneath a story which claims Nicola Sturgeon believes Scotland would vote 'Yes' if there was a second independence referendum.

The Press and Journal leads with a quote from security forces saying the hijacker is an idiot, not a terrorist.

Patients face a "lottery" over cancer treatment, according to The Scotsman.

Meanwhile, The Scottish Daily Mail says MSPs who leave Holyrood receive bigger payouts than MPs at Westminister.

The National carries an interview with the mother of murder victim Moira Jones who accuses Brexit campaigners of using her killing for their own ends.

The Daily Record says a leading member of "a Hitler-loving white supremacist group" is living in Scotland and recruiting new members.

Former chancellor Alistair Darling claims mortgages would rise if Britain left the EU, according to The Herald.

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