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No one likes a line-cutter, even if they do go to extreme measures to attract it.
As a traveler in India was arrested after he was accused of pretending to be a pilot at the airport, is said to have put on the mask, in an attempt to circumvent the security lines.
Authorities have arrested Rajan Mahbubani at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport on Tuesday, KTLA 5 reported. At the time of his arrest, he was wearing a pilot’s uniform, and was about to board an AirAsia flight from Delhi to Kolkata.
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Mahbubani was allegedly carrying a fake pilot’s ID number for Lufthansa, a German airline.
A Lufthansa staff member and alerted the airport security that they suspected that there was a passenger, was an imitation of one of their leaders. AirAsia to contact Lufthansa to check whether Mahbubani’s sense of identity.
“Mahbubani said that he was a frequent flyer and used to dress up as a pilot project in order to have easy access, for security reasons, will get a preferential treatment by the security forces, and airlines, and [get] seat upgrades” to the airport, the deputy commissioner of police Sanjay Bhatia told the pressure at the point of sale. “He would have to make use of the passage is usually used by the flight crew.”
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Oddly, in the safety and security of the airport, said they had been on the look-out for Mahbubani, and because of the videos he was posting on social media platforms.
Mahbubani, apparently, had a history of dressing up in different outfits, and the photos of him wearing a military uniform were allegedly discovered on his phone.
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Mahbubani is currently in custody, facing charges of cheating and impersonating. He or she can be sentenced to up to a year in prison if convicted, according to KTLA 5.