Unlawful immigrants found in Formula One Management trucks

It has been set that five illegal immigrants were discovered in the media trucks of sporting governing body Formula One Management (the company owned by Bernie Ecclestone) following traveling back from Monaco GP weekend.

Because among the all teams, FOM’s trucks departed Monaco in advance of this weekend’s round in Turkey, heading back to base at Biggin Hill Airport in Kent. But, upon their coming in the UK last Thursday, lorry drivers realized that stowaways had hidden in the vehicles, believed to have forced an way in during a stoppage in Calais, France.

“I can confirm five individuals were found at Biggin Hill Airport on May 20 who had recently arrived by road from France,” a UK Border Agency (UKBA) spokesman is quoted as saying by The Telegraph.

“The individuals involved were arrested and detained by the UKBA whilst their asylum claims are being processed.”

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