Man Hid From Coronavirus In Chicago Airport For 3 Months

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A California man was arrested Saturday and accused hiding in a restricted area of Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport for three months. The man told police that COVID-19 had rendered him too scared to travel home to California, so he hid in the airport, surviving on food provided by strangers, the Associated Press reported.

United Airlines staff spotted 36-year-old Aditya Singh and requested identification. They said he removed his mask and presented a badge, which belonged to an airport operations manager who reported it missing last October, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Singh faces felony charges of criminal trespass in a restricted area of an airport as well as misdemeanor theft charges. Cook County Judge Susana Ortiz set bail at $1,000. She also said if he came up with the money, he would be prohibited from returning to the airport, AP reported.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I visited Chicago in 1957 and was at the bus station for 2 days. Later on I went for a sandwich with a ginger ale. I saw many people walking around. I can explain this later on….

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