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The young man at the Indian airport trying to sneak on to the flight by disguising herself as 81-year-old

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Nice try, but you’re about 50 years too young.

The safety and security of the airport officials in India have recently been spotted with 32-year-old man who was trying to disguise himself as an 81-year-old passenger in order to gain access to an Air India flight to New York.

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The masked man is, who, ultimately, has been identified by the indian Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) as a Jayesh Patel, was put on hold by the government officials at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi on Sunday night.

The 32-year-old Jayesh Patel, was an attempt to fit in with the 81-year-old man is seen in a fraudulent passport.
(CISF)

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Patel reportedly arrived at the airport in a wheelchair and wearing a turban on his head, in line with the face on a stolen passport he was carrying, according to the Times of India. He had also dyed his hair and beard to grey in order to more closely resemble that of the passenger is to be seen in the photo, with a name like “Amrik Singh.”

The officers were not buying the disguise, and asked him, “Singh”, to stand in front of a security check. Security checks his passport, and noticed a discrepancy between his birth date is listed as 1938 and no later than.

The fraudulent passport in the name of such a man as Amrik Singh, born in 1938.
(CISF)

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“It is said that the passengers will be 81 years old, but his appearance in the texture of the skin, and in a voice that seemed to be of a much younger person,” said the official, who is also to be noted that, When it was the transfer of the non-glasses, which, according to the Times of India.

When it was later transferred to the immigration and is now facing the charges of impersonation. The CISF was not immediately available to comment further.

CISF officials said on Friday night that Patel’s intentions were not immediately clear, but in the Times of India, it has now been learned that When an electrician out of Ahmedabad, looking for a higher-paying electrician jobs in the United States of america.

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The police are reportedly also on the lookout for the people who have helped out When in to get his fake passport and how to apply make-up and disguise.

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