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Israeli man arrested in New Delhi airport for accompanying dad without valid ticket


August 31, 2012 | 9:37 am

Indira Gandhi International Airport

Indira Gandhi International Airport

An Israeli man was arrested for entering Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi with a canceled ticket, reported Press Trust of India.

PTI identified the man, who was apprehended on Friday, as Oren Levy.

“The Israeli national gained entry into the check-in area on the strength of a printout of his already canceled ticket to Amman dated Aug. 31 with an intention to see off his father traveling by the said flight,” explained Indian security sources, as reported by the India-based newswire service.

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