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Man Travels to Germany From London Using His Girlfriend’s Passport

Although Michael Randell had a low cut hairstyle very different from his girlfriend's long blonde hair, he somehow managed to fly to Germany from London after airport security failed to spot the difference.

Michael had mistakenly picked the wrong ID card in the morning while leaving his Staines, Middlesex home.

The misplaced ID of his girlfriend Charlotte Bull was eventually spotted in Berlin when his but after a 90-minute interrogation was allowed into the city on a visa expiration dated the next 24 hours.

23-year-old Randall, said: “It’s outrageous I got that far. EasyJet are meant to check the name against the boarding pass but they obviously didn’t.

“It’s very worrying as I don’t even look like Charlotte.”

Ms Bull, 34, said: “It was a terrible breach of security, even more so considering how scary current times are.”

The couple, who live together, had just returned from a holiday in France when Mr Randall lifted the wrong passport for his trip to Berlin the morning after.

He told the Sunday People: “The first I knew something was wrong was when I arrived at Berlin airport. I thought honesty was the best policy so I went and told security.

“They pulled me aside and made me wait for the whole plane to disembark. At first, I thought they were going to confiscate Charlotte’s passport.”

Mr Randall had travelled to Berlin to see a motorbike race and later that day a colleague who was travelling to the same event from Britain brought his co-worker’s passport with him.

An easyJet spokeswoman said the right passport details were entered online but “visual identification” on boarding should have spotted the error.

1 comment:

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