An unsurprising story from The Halifax Herald Limited:
A man with no identification and no money spent nearly 24 hours in an off-limits area of the Halifax International Airport before being arrested, a Dartmouth provincial court heard Monday.
Federal Crown attorney James Martin said Vlad Sandulescu, a Canadian citizen of Romanian descent, scaled a fence Wednesday night and gained entry to the terminal through an unlocked door.
Mr. Martin said the 29-year-old man spent the night hidden above the ceiling tile of a washroom.
The next day, he said, Mr. Sandulescu tried to board at least three planes without a boarding pass or ticket. One flight was headed to Frankfurt, Germany, a second to New York and the third to Boston.
RCMP arrested Mr. Sandulescu about 8:30 p.m. Thursday after being told by airport security that workers had refused to allow a man without a boarding pass to enter the departure lounge and get on the flight to Boston.