Japanese man held at Delhi’s IGI airport for entering terminal on fake ticket

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Published: November 25, 2019 7:35:37 PM

The passenger, identified as Takeaki, was apprehended on Sunday evening by CISF personnel as he attempted to leave the airport's Terminal-3 (T3) building, the official said.

Japanese man held, Delhi IGI airport, fake ticket, CISF, Tokyo, Terminal-3 T3The passenger, identified as Takeaki, was apprehended on Sunday evening by CISF personnel as he attempted to leave the airport’s Terminal-3 (T3) building, the official said.

A Japanese national has been apprehended at the Indira Gandhi International Airport here for allegedly using a fake ticket to enter the terminal area, a senior official said on Monday. The passenger, identified as Takeaki, was apprehended on Sunday evening by CISF personnel as he attempted to leave the airport’s Terminal-3 (T3) building, the official said.

The man, holding a passport of Japan, was stopped and questioned, as exiting the terminal area is not allowed under normal circumstances, he said. He told the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel that he used a cancelled ticket to enter the terminal area to see off his wife who was travelling to Tokyo, the official said. The Japanese man was handed over to police which has booked him for criminal trespass, he said.

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