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The Incredible Story of Sergey and the Mystery of Cell Phone Photos

The Incredible Story of Sergey and the Mystery of Cell Phone Photos

An incredible journey. Surrey. He boarded a flight from Denmark to the United States and arrived at the Los Angeles airport without a passport…

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And travel Unbelievable. Surrey. From there he boarded the plane Denmark to do America And arrived at Los Angeles airport without all Passport Or no ticket. The incredible story, which has sparked debate in the United States about how it’s possible — given the strict security measures surrounding foreign visitors to the States — sees dual Russian and Israeli citizen Sergei Vladimirovich Ochikawa as the protagonist.

Without a passport, the journey was incredible

The unbelievable story dates back to early November, but it’s now known that the FBI has released charges against an illegal immigrant who initially claimed he forgot his passport on the plane he was disembarking from after arriving at airport checkpoints. However, it emerged that his name was not on the passenger list of the Scandinavian Airlines flight from Copenhagen. Testimony from flight attendants reconstructed the behavior of the 46-year-old man, who changed seats several times during the long flight, asked for a tip for every meal served, chatted with other passengers and, in short, didn’t. He certainly tried to go unnoticed.

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Oshikawa is due to appear before a judge on December 26 to answer the charge of secretly boarding the plane. He has pleaded not guilty and says in an interview with the FBI that he “does not remember how he got on the plane in Copenhagen or how, when and why he was in the Danish city”.

To try to solve the mystery, FBI agents analyzed photos from his cell phone, along with screenshots of flight information from cities around the world. Ochigava told the FBI that he had a doctorate in economics and had worked in Russia “a long time ago.”

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