It is reminiscent of a film: In the USA, during the Corona era, a man lived at the Chicago airport for three months – probably out of fear.
- A man in the United States worked in the security area for a good three months Airport held up.
- For fear of having to leave after the flight home corona* to infect, he has the Airport no longer leave.
- Now threaten the man from the United States legal consequences.
Chicago – It’s a curious story from that United Stateswhich – even if it is strongly reminiscent of Steven Spielberg’s film “The Terminal” from 2004 – actually happened that way. Much like Tom Hanks, who portrayed Viktor Navorski in the film Airport made himself comfortable, a man now nested himself out of fear corona for a proud three months undetected at the airport in Chicago in the US state of Illinois.
As the Chicago Tribune reports, the man landed on October 19, 2020 with a machine los Angeles in Chicago and subsequently remained undetected in the security area of the Airport on. Only after three months were employees of United Airways alerted the man and asked him to identify himself.
Man lives for three months in the security area at one of the largest airports in the world
The man then pulled out an airport ID from an employee who had already reported the ID as missing at the end of October 2020. The police in Chicago arrested the 36-year-old. In custody, he finally admitted to the responsible officers that he had found the ID and had been in the security area of the for some time Chicago O’Hare, one of the ten largest and busiest Airport the world to live. According to his own statement Afraid of having to continue traveling with corona to infect. *
First of all, the man with the ID card found had access to the terminals and thus to all buildings, shops and food on the Airport in Chicago had. After the ID card was reported missing and then blocked, the 26-year-old, who has been living in Orange since 2019, stayed in the greater area los Angeles only in the security area. Other passengers provided him with food and drinks during this time.
|Airport||Passengers in 2018|
|1. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)||103.90 million|
|2. Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK)||100.98 million|
|3. Dubai International Airport (DXB)||89.15 million|
|4. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)||87.53 million|
|5. Tokyo Haneda International Airport||87.1 million|
|6. Chicago O’Hare International Airport||83.4 million|
Three months at Chicago Airport: Police in the USA take the man into custody for the time being
As the British newspaper “The Guardian” reports, the man was from the police in Chicago initially because of intrusion into the security area of the Airport and arrested for theft in a minor case. In the meantime, however, a deposit of $ 1,000 is said to have been deposited. Nevertheless, the 36-year-old is strictly prohibited from entering O’Hare Airport. The investigation continues for the time being. It is still unclear what the consequences will be.
The incident is also being thoroughly investigated by the aviation safety authority in Chicago examined. “There is no higher priority than safety on Airport“The Chicago Tribune quoted a spokesman for the Chicago Department of Aviation.
No risk to security at the airport: the court in Chicago “shocked” over the period
The man from orange in the greater area los Angeles himself should have a master’s degree from Oklahoma State University and be currently unemployed. Due to an expiring visa, he was probably in transit to Indiawhere, according to the Chicago Tribune, his mother lives. However, it is unclear whether the 36-year-old even had a plane ticket.
The daily newspaper also reported Chicagothat the competent court was “shocked” by the length of the stay in the security area of the airport. Nevertheless: a danger for him Airport or the passengers did not pass. The man out los Angeles had no criminal record and was that police in the United States not known. (Yannick Little) * fnp.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-Digital network.
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