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Woman with lingerie turned away

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by loophole, Apr 13, 2009.

  1. loophole

    loophole Registered Member

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    Some weirdo stuff.
    What about Brazil?

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    A Brazilian woman was refused entry to the UK when she arrived at Newcastle Airport with luggage containing only T-shirts, a dressing gown and lingerie.

    UK Border Agency officials said they suspected the 32-year-old of being involved in the sex industry.

    She had arrived on a flight from Geneva on 4 April, the agency said.

    Airport staff became suspicious when she could not say what she would be doing in the UK, other than "seeing Newcastle city centre".

    'Sexual paraphernalia'

    Checks revealed the woman had been refused entry to the UK at Belfast City Airport three months earlier.

    She sought to conceal this by replacing the passport containing the refusal stamps with a new Brazilian passport, the agency said.

    A UK Border Agency spokesman said: "We routinely make checks to ensure that people wanting to visit the UK have not previously tried to circumvent our immigration laws.

    "Visitors to the UK must play by the rules. Those who do not are refused entry and sent home."

    The spokesman said the same woman had been refused entry at Belfast on 15 January after a baggage search revealed a collection of sexual paraphernalia and details of escort agencies and sex sites.

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  2. davejug1

    davejug1 Guest

    The airports are fine, it's the bloody seaports we have to watch, 10s of thousands getting hrough everyday. Why can't they just weigh the lorry as it's leaving its depot on the continent, then weigh it again as it's boarding. 100 pounds heavier and hey we got stowaways, numpties the lot of them. Immigration is easily controled with a bit of thought.
     
  3. housemusic

    housemusic Regular Member

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    good for you.

    are you trying to say that brazilians are ridiculous?
     
  4. penfish35

    penfish35 Newbie

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    Absolutely agree there. They should also make the lorries drive over a series of speed bumps and nick them as they all fall off from underneath. :D

    Seriously though, the whole situation is f'd up.

    Cheers

    Penfish35
     
  5. e46jc

    e46jc Newbie

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    I'm surprised that they can turn her away for that.
     
  6. davejug1

    davejug1 Guest

    Lovin' it :alien01:
     
  7. zongoneri

    zongoneri Junior Member

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    I dont want to ofend my brasilian friends, but on my country almost brasilian girls are strippers or worst...
     
  8. pauluk

    pauluk Registered Member

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    Its not so much the Brazilians that we should be worried about its all the other shit our goverment let stay here after they Illegally smuggle their selfs in through France!

    any more and our little island will sink!
     
  9. loophole

    loophole Registered Member

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    No... brazilians are not ridiculous. One woman is certainly not representative of the whole nation. But we have a member here whose ID is "what about brazil" that's why I inserted it there.