The Bulgarian was attempting to fly home for the summer.
The Bulgarian stopper has made some sensational claims about his recent trip back to his homeland, which involved a stop in Frankfurt.
The 21-year-old claims he had to 'strip' for the security at the airport and described the event as an 'absolute disgrace' through his personal Twitter account.
The way I was treated at @Airport_FRA was an absolute disgrace, only because I am born in Eastern Europe! You just can't do that!— Dimitar Evtimov (@DimiEvtimov) May 18, 2015
@Airport_FRA The only person in the whole flight to be checked 3 times. I don't think I've ever strip off my clothes so many times in a day— Dimitar Evtimov (@DimiEvtimov) May 18, 2015
@Airport_FRA I had to prove I live in England by showing my English driving licence,which wasn't enough so had to show bank statements.— Dimitar Evtimov (@DimiEvtimov) May 18, 2015
@Airport_FRA which still wasn't enough and I had to show prove of my flight for when I am going back in England end of June.— Dimitar Evtimov (@DimiEvtimov) May 18, 2015
@Airport_FRA Last one to get on the flight and the only one that had to go through all that!— Dimitar Evtimov (@DimiEvtimov) May 18, 2015
Frankfurt airport's official Twitter account, as you can see, got in touch with the young stopper to try and calm the situation but the Forest man was clearly not going to be turned over easily.
It certainly doesn't sound like an easy trip back home for the poor lad.
Evtimov has lived in England for over four years, after joining Forest from Chavdar Etropole in 2011, and has spent time out on loan at the likes of Ilkeston Town, Gainsborough Trinity, Nuneaton Town and Mansfield Town during his time in the UK.
He has also won four caps for the Bulgaria under-21 side and has featured once for Forest, coming on as a substitute for Dorus de Vries in a Capital One Cup win over Leeds United last season.