Video: Watch African hides inside suitcase to get to Switzerland

Video: Watch African hides inside suitcase to get to Switzerland

An Eritrean has been caught hiding in a suitcase to get to Switzerland.

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The East African was caught hiding inside a suitcase after terrified train passengers heard moans coming from the bag as it entered Switzerland, in Central Europe, Daily Mail reported.

The report says moans from a suitcase on a train from Milan in Italy to Switzerland alerted passengers that a man was stuffed inside, and guards swooped on the bag and watched as the six-feet-tall (1.82m) man pushed his arm and head out of the case.

The six-foot man had squeezed himself into the case and was wheeled onto a train in Milan, disguised as his friend’s luggage, the report said.

The paper said discomfort took its toll after 45 minutes, causing him to wail as the train crossed the Swiss-Italian border just as shocked passengers alerted authorities after hearing strange noises coming from the unattended bag.


Guards removed the case from the train at Chiasso and were stunned when a human hand emerged. His friend was also caught hiding in the train toilet and both were arrested and returned back to Italy.

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