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Early Saturday afternoon, two United Airlines employees approached Singh and asked to see his identification. Assistant State’s Attorney Kathleen Hagerty said Singh lowered his face mask and showed them an airport ID badge that he was wearing around his neck.
CHICAGO -- A California man who police said claimed to be too afraid to fly due to COVID-19 hid out for three months in a secured area of O’Hare International Airport until his weekend arrest, prosecutors said Sunday.
Aditya Singh, 36, is charged with felony criminal trespass to a restricted area of an airport and misdemeanor theft. In bond court Sunday, prosecutors said Singh arrived at O’Hare on a flight from Los Angeles on Oct. 19 and allegedly has lived in the airport’s security zone ever since, without detection. Cook County Judge Susana Ortiz reacted incredulously Sunday after a prosecutor detailed the allegations.
Singh has been charged with felony criminal trespass to a restricted area of an airport and misdemeanor theft.
California Man Hides Inside Airport for 3 Months To Avoid Returning to COVID-Hit State.
A California man has been arrested after he was found living in the security zone of Chicago O'Hare International Airport. Aditya Singh, 36, reportedly told police he was too afraid to fly back to his home state over fears of contracting COVID-19. He had been hiding in a concealed area for three months before he was finally discovered on Saturday. Singh arrived at O'Hare on a flight from Los Angeles on October 19 and had lived in the airport's security zone ever since, prosecutors allege.
By Samantha Lock On 1/18/21 at 8:25 AM EST
I wonder what his sentence will be