Calgary man goes on a tear on Florida airport tarmac

first_img<< Previous PostNext Post >> ORLANDO, Fla. — A Canadian man is being held on $5,100 bond in Florida after driving a baggage-towing vehicle across the tarmac at Orlando International Airport.The Orlando Sentinel reports that police identified the man as 27-year-old Richard Hogh. According to an affidavit, Hogh was flying Friday to Chicago and then to Canada.Police said United Airlines employees removed Hogh from his flight after he sat in a first-class seat that wasn’t his and claimed he was a pilot.Authorities said Hogh removed his pants before reaching the tarmac, where he climbed onto a luggage tug and told the driver he “had a flight to catch.” When the driver left, police said Hogh drove the tug onto a taxiway.The man who caused the disturbance at the airport this morning is Richard Hogh, 29, of Calgary, Canada. Arrested 4 trespass & grand theft pic.twitter.com/1PpjPCLTr2— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) December 23, 2016Hogh faces grand theft and trespassing charges. Orange County jail records don’t show whether he has an attorney. Posted by Share The Canadian Press center_img Calgary man goes on a tear on Florida airport tarmac Tags: Airports, LOL, Orlando Wednesday, December 28, 2016 last_img

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