Mehran Nasiri Karimi, an Iranian citizen who spent 18 years at the airport in Paris, died. As reported by the French news agency, Mehran Nasiri Karimi was stopped at the Paris airport in 1998 because of incomplete travel documents, on which he died on Charles. De Gaulle Airport in 1988, from 2006 to 2006, 18 years. Born in 1945 in the Iranian province of Khuzestan, Nasri went to Europe in search of his mother. He spent several years in Belgium, Great Britain, Holland and Germany, among others. countries, because he had no immigration documents. After being expelled, he moved to France where he made terminal 2F of the airport his home. Mehran Nasri was finally granted the right to remain in France in 1999, but refugee status and the right to remain in France. Despite being found, he remained at the airport until 2006 when he was taken to hospital after falling ill, but then remained in a shelter in Paris but returned to the airport a few weeks ago where he died of natural causes.
Nasri slept on a plastic bench for several years and befriended airport staff, showered in the staff toilet, wrote diaries, read magazines and watched passengers come and go. Airport staff nicknamed him “Lord Alfred” and he became a well-known figure to travelers.