32-yr-old tried to board US flight in an 81-year-old getup

32-yr-old tried to board US flight in an 81-year-old getup

Today's world has always been looking for remedies to look younger. We look for the label anti-ageing, be it on cosmetics or on packed foods. But here's a man who did exactly the opposite by disguising himself into an old man. A 32-year-old from Delhi dared to dress up like an old man and planned to board a flight to New York at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport.

Amrik Singh has reportedly come to the airport on a wheelchair and went for a security check as per protocol for passengers. When CISF Sub-Inspector Rajveer Singh asked him to stand from the wheelchair for the mandatory frisking, Amrik Singh said he can't stand due to being too old.

On this, the security personnel tried convincing him as age cannot be blamed for not checking at the security cabin. The security personnel observed something unusual in him and Amrik hesitated to make eye contact from the beginning.
 
On getting a doubt, he checked the passport where it mentioned Amrik's birth year as 1938 which would make him 81 years of age. But, to his surprise, Amrik's skin, voice, and body looked much younger to the age mentioned. This made him investigate further. Pretty soon the truth came out that Amrik had dyed his hair and beard white. He was also wearing zero-power glasses.

People surrounded him were left in shock to hear he was only 32-year-old and his name is Jayesh Patel. He is a resident of Ahmedabad. His aim was to travel on a flight to New York City with a forged passport. The cops are currently investigating Patel and soon action will be taken on him for disguising his identity.