Oregon man caught at SFO dressed as pilot
SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (KGO) -- An Oregon man is accused of ID theft after trying to get through security at San Francisco International Airport dressed as a pilot.
David Haak, 23, was arrested last night when a security agent recognized his ID as a fake. He did have a real ticket in his pocket.
He was wearing an American Eagle uniform. Haak told the agent he always wanted to be a pilot.
He is being held in San Mateo County Jail and is expected to appear in court on Friday morning.
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