Chicago authorities have announced the arrest of a man from California who they believe has lived at O’Hare International Airport for three months because he is afraid to fly due to fears of COVID-19 transmission, the report said.
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The Chicago Tribune reported that Aditia Singh has been accused of living in the airport security zone since arriving in October. He is charged with a felony, a felony, the report said.
The judge in the case appeared confused during a court hearing on Sunday and asked how one could live in such a large airport for such a long period of time. Prosecutors said Singh was found by United Airlines employees and allegedly had an ID card lost by an airport employee.
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The report said the bail was set at $ 1,000 and he could not visit the airport until he appeared in court later this month.