A boy of 11 who flew to Rome alone after walking unchallenged through airport security told The Sun last night: “No one asked me for anything.”
Little Liam Corcoran-Fort, who had no passport or boarding pass, said he climbed on a Jet2 plane looking for a loo after slipping away from his mum outside Manchester Airport.
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