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Asian Refugee Disguised As Old White Man Flies From Hong Kong To Canada Undetected

by | 5th, November 2010

HEARD the one about the old white man who boarded Air Canada flight AC018 from Hong Kong on October 29 and emerged the other end in Vancouver as a young Asian male in his 20s?

The Canada Border Services Agency calls it an “unbelievable case of concealment“.

We call is monumental fuck up. Canadian official issue a security alert after the fact:

Information was received from Air Canada Corporate Security regarding a possible imposter on a flight originating from Hong Kong. The passenger in question was observed at the beginning of the flight to be an elderly Caucasian male who appeared to have young looking hands.”

What’s his secret? Rubber gloves? No. Rubber face:

“During the flight the subject attended the washroom and emerged an Asian looking male that appeared to be in his early 20s.”

What skin cream was he using and where can we get some?

The man is escorted from the plane and applies for refugee status. He has three bags. In one he has his clothes. In another he has a pair of gloves. The third contains a rubbery face and neck mark, a leather hat, glasses and a cardigan (brown).

He chose his disguise well. The elderly are the invisible masses. Had he dressed as a woman or a Muslim our master of change have been ogled and stopped.

He did his homework. But how did he get on board the flight? The theory is that his boarding pass belonged to another passenger who swapped with him.

Say the Canadian authorities:

“It is believed that the subject and the actual United States Citizen passenger (whose date of birth is 1955) performed a boarding pass swap, with the subject using an Aeroplan card as identification to board the flight.”

Aeroplan is a Canadian-based frequent flyer marketing program. It’s connected to a credit card. It’s owned by Carlson Marketing, which owns the Nectar scheme.

Has any Muslim fundamentalist used their Nectar card points to buy Tesco knifes and then board a jet? Dunno. But a scare story is brewing…

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