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A Russian arrived in the US without documents and a flight ticket, claiming he does not remember anything

Ivanna ShepelNews
The Russian stated that he allegedly did not remember getting on the plane

Russian economist Sergey Vladimirovich Ochigava arrived in the United States without a passport, a visa, or an airline ticket. He arrived in Los Angeles on November 4.

This was reported by Fox News, citing the minutes of the District Court of the Central District of California. The Russian traveled to the United States from Copenhagen (Denmark).

According to the TV channel, the crew members had no information about his boarding pass.

Law enforcement officers found a Russian and an Israeli ID on his person, as well as a part of a passport photo on his phone that showed his name, date of birth, and passport number, but without a photo of the document holder.

FBI agent Caroline Walling noted in the report that the man last worked as an economist in Russia. The Russian man himself said that he allegedly did not remember getting on the plane in Copenhagen and passing the inspection without documents. A preliminary trial in his case is scheduled for December 26.

"He also did not explain how and when he got to Copenhagen and what he was doing there. When asked how he passed security checks in Copenhagen, Ochigava said he did not remember how he passed security without a ticket," the report reads.

Earlier, it was reported that another plane with 105 passengers on board made an emergency landing in Russia on December 8 due to a malfunction. As a result of the depressurization of the cabin, a Rossiya Airlines Airbus A319 flying from Mineralnye Vody to St. Petersburg landed 20 minutes after takeoff.

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