Kid hops on to flight without credentials
Anine-year-old boy who recently hopped a flight to Las Vegas from Minnesota had carefully planned the jaunt and practised sneaking through security at the Minneapolis International Airport, according to new details about his trip. The boy also has a history of daring infractions, having been stopped for stealing a car and repeatedly slipping into a water park, according to a leaked health department memo.
The kid first did a “reconnaissance trip” at the airport by taking a piece of luggage from the bag claim area, eating at an airport restaurant, and then leaving the bag at the restaurant without paying, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
The following day, the boy returned to the airport, where his
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