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Woman Boards Delta Flight at Orlando Without Boarding Pass

Authorities are investigating how a woman managed to board a Delta Air Lines flight from Orlando to Atlanta without identification or a boarding pass.

The Orlando Police Department said in a statement that officers responded to a suspicious person report Saturday morning at the airport. When the officers arrived, the passenger had been escorted off the plane by Delta representatives after she was unable to produce a boarding pass for the flight, according to the statement.

Officers asked the passenger for identification and for her boarding pass. She said she had thrown her ticket away and did not have Identification, the police statement said. The officers then escorted the passenger to the shuttle to exit airport property.

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