Lekha Irkutsk has not got on meeting again
In January 2015, thief in law was arrested when he was trying to fly away from Rostov on forged documents.
Thief in law Alexey Gudyna, better known as the Lekha Irkutsk, was again caught with forged documents. At this time, the thief in law was taken at check-in at the airport Pulkovo.
According to Life, from the northern capital Gudyna was tried to fly away to Rostov-on-Don, where, presumably, it will be taken place a big thieves’ meeting. He is currently detained by law enforcement officials. In addition, the police Department of Transport for the Northwestern Federal District is working with him.
It is noteworthy that it is not the first time when Lekha Irkutsk was detained because of forged documents. In January 2015 Gudyna was arrested when trying to fly away from Rostov on forged documents. Then it was reported that he was also, as in this time, trying to get a meeting that was supposed to take place in Yerevan.
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