He tries to enter Russia in the woods to see a girl he met online: "The GPS is broken"

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He tries to enter Russia in the woods to see a girl he met online: "The GPS is broken"

Polish border guards spotted the 37-year-old Englishman while he was wandering at night on foot through the woods on the border between the NATO country and Russia. He said he wanted to meet his new Russian girlfriend he met online but that the GPS had thrown him off course.

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A British man was stopped at the Polish border as he tried to walk into Russia through woods to meet a Russian girl he met online . This was revealed by the Polish authorities who blocked the 37-year-old twice in a few hours. In fact, the man had arrived for the first time along the border road between the two countries in his car but, after checks, he was sent back since he did not have documents or visas to enter Russia.

The man asked the Polish border guards to be able to pass and enter Russia through the exclave of Kaliningrad which borders the NATO country. The 37-year-old told guards he had to cross the border at Grzechotki to meet his new Russian girlfriend he met online. Too bad that the alleged girlfriend was in St. Petersburg , over a thousand kilometers away.

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The man obviously didn't have any documents, neither personal nor for the car, and therefore he was stopped. Sent back, however, he tried a second time but on foot and at night. The guards spotted him while he was wandering through the woods at night on the border between Poland and Russia at great risk to himself. At this point the “stubborn Englishman”, as the Poles called him, was arrested.

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At this point, to justify himself to the Polish guards, the man told the border agents that his satellite navigator had broken and had taken him to the place. As the Polish police explained, the 37-year-old was spotted by the cameras around 5.30 in the morning while he was wandering around the border area.

“The Englishman explained to the border guard agents that the GPS navigator had taken him in the wrong direction” reported the Poles. Blocked and taken to the barracks, he was finally fined 140 euros and released. The 37-year-old, however, did not give up and has already announced to Polish agents that he will try to enter Russia again but this time through Lithuania, always with the aim of seeing his girlfriend he met online.

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