Security Breach at Sydney Airport: Man Attempts to Board Sri Lanka-Bound Flight

 In a daring breach of security, a 30-year-old man made his way onto the tarmac of Sydney International Airport on Friday, attempting to board a Sri Lanka-bound flight. According to reports, the individual allegedly rushed through the main screening area, gaining access to restricted zones including the airport's apron – the area where baggage and passengers board planes. Eyewitnesses recounted seeing the man darting through immigration control before making his way onto the apron, where he attempted to board a plane's cargo hold.

Dramatic footage  showed the man leisurely walking across the apron before being confronted by baggage handlers. Police swiftly intervened, apprehending the intruder and charging him with breaching restricted areas of the airport. It's suspected that the individual may have been experiencing a mental health issue.