Three people from Africa who appeared at the Paphos Airport with forged travel papers of EU member-states aiming to board a flight to France, ended up in jail after it was ascertained that their papers were forged.
The three appeared before the Paphos District Court which decided their three-day imprisonment.
The one woman, from Congo, admitted that she had gotten the passport from a man of African origin in Larnaca.
In the second case, a man presented a Belgian identity for passport control and after interrogation admitted he had found it on the ground outside a hotel in Larnaca.
In the third case a woman presented a Belgian identity but it was finally ascertain that it had been reported as stolen.