Completed 6500-km journey by hiding under the plane , survived minus 60 degrees Celsius

Jul 07 2019 04:12 PM
Completed 6500-km journey by hiding under the plane , survived minus 60 degrees Celsius

LONDON: Last week, the body of a man suddenly fell from the sky in the garden of a London house. According to media reports, the body belonged to a person travelling in hiding in the site of the landing gear of the flight. Investigations revealed that the body had fallen from a Kenya airline flight, which was on its way from Kenya to London. Meanwhile, the story of a man who survived after a similar visit has come to light.

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There have been many incidents around the world when people hid in the lower part of the flight and succumbed to death. But it has rarely happened when the person who did so remained alive. According to a report by the Daily Mail, 23 years ago, in 1996, a person named Pardeep Saini made a similar visit from Delhi. Saini is working as a driver in London today.

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Saini's life was still safe after travelling in landing gear for about 6500 km. British Airways flight reached a height of 40,000 feet and Saini faced temperatures of non-existent oxygen and minus 60 degrees. Saini, who works as a driving man, doesn't remember anything about that journey anymore, but they call it extremely difficult.

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