Woman flies from America to London without ticket, passport

Chicago Police Department shows 64-year-old Marilyn Hartman. Hartman who has a history of sneaking aboard airplanes was arrested again Wednesday at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. She is charge

Marilyn Hartman

The following day she managed to evade ticket checks at the gate to board a British Airways transatlantic flight.

Hartman has been arrested several times on trespassing charges for trying to sneak onto planes at O'Hare and Midway, including trying to board a plane at Midway without a ticket in July 2015 less than 24 hours after being released from jail.

On Wednesday, Marilyn Hartman managed to slip past security and board a British Airways flight to London, where she was arrested by British customs, according to reports.

America's Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is now investigating how Hartman managed to sneak past security.

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Police say the woman will be charged with felony theft and a misdemeanor count of criminal trespass, and is expected to make a court appearance on Saturday, Jan. 20. The pesky passenger was sent back to the U.S. when she couldn't produce a passport and was arrested Thursday upon arrival at O'Hare.

A source close to the investigation tells NBC5 Hartman made it to London's Heathrow Airport, where she was denied entry, and returned to the United States.

Hartman reportedly said she "may have" boarded aircrafts without a ticket eight times, the report said. When it could be arranged she was returned to Chicago and was arrested at O'Hare on arrival.

Lauren Huffman, spokeswoman for the Chicago Department of Aviation, said no passengers or visitors were placed in harm's way because of the incident. A TSA spokesman said in a statement Friday they were looking into the matter as to how Hartman was able to walk past the security.

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Ms Hartman also has a history of attempted escape from mental health facilities.

A furious Cook County judge ordered "serial stowaway" Marilyn Hartman locked up in a mental health facility for the next six months, telling her he is convinced she is "addicted to attention".

"The only reason why you're not going to jail this time is because all these people that are here trying to help you still want to help you", Judge William Raines said in 2016.

"High definition video captured the defendant's movements throughout O'Hare Airport", Assistant State's Attorney Maria McCarthy said. He also predicted that she'd end up back in court.

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Her actions in the airport were recorded on the surveillance cameras, police authorities said.

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