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A man was detained on suspicion of traveling without a passport from London to New York.

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Unbelievably, a man who was allegedly flying from London to New York without a boarding pass or passport was captured after he neglected to show up for court.

According to the Metropolitan Police, Craig Sturt, a 46-year-old Slough, Berkshire resident, was charged with getting services by fraud and getting into an airplane without authorization.

According to reports, on December 23, Mr. Sturt allegedly boarded a British Airways flight from Terminal 5 of Heathrow Airport without the necessary travel documents.

He was first taken into custody by the authorities on December 25, after arriving back in London from New York. But after missing his court date on January 22, he was taken into custody once more on Monday.

British Airways and Heathrow Airport have reaffirmed their commitment to guaranteeing the safety and security of passengers by cooperating with the continuing inquiry.

The Border Force has not made any statements regarding the situation.

Suspected of missing court, Mr. Sturt was arrested in Richmond, southwest London, and is currently being held for additional interrogation.

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