Aditya Singh: ‘Living at the airport for three months’ out of fear of Kood
Police in the United States say a man was afraid to fly because of a global outbreak of the corona virus and lived in a secluded area of Chicago International Airport for three months.
Although the circumstances and facts are different, reading this news may remind many readers of the movie ‘The Terminal’ released in 2004 in which actor Tom Hanks stayed at the New York airport for nine months.
Aditya Singh, 36, was arrested on Saturday after airline staff asked him to identify himself.
The judge addressed the prosecutor, who indicted him on Sunday, saying: “If I understand you correctly, you are saying that an unauthorized person, who is not even employed there. Allegedly lived in the no-fly zone of Ohio Airport from October 19 to January 16, and no one knew. I want to get it right. ”
According to defense attorney Courtney Smallwood, Aditya Singh lives on the outskirts of Los Angeles and has no criminal record. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
He has been charged with entering the restricted area of the airport illegally and misrepresenting his identity. They have been banned from entering the airport.
The Chicago Department of Aviation, which oversees the city’s airports, said in a statement that it was investigating the incident, but said the man was not a threat to the airport or other passengers.