Schwarzenegger detained at Munich airport 18:32

Actor and politician Arnold Schwarzenegger was detained at Munich airport. This was reported by a German tabloid newspaper. Picture.

Schwarzenegger flew to the Bavarian capital to go to Kitzbühel, Austria, where the World Climate Summit will be held on January 17, but was detained during customs inspection due to undeclared hours.

We state that we are talking about the luxury watches of the Swiss company Audemars Piguet. According to him, he would sell them at auction.

“We are investigating Arnold Schwarzenegger for tax evasion,” Munich customs spokesman Thomas Meister said.

He noted that the 76-year-old actor had to declare that the watch was an imported product.

It was announced that Schwarzenegger had been in the airport building for several hours.

Before reportedIt was stated that at the customs point at Domodedovo airport, Cartier rings and watches were found in the Russian’s luggage, but the man did not include them in the declaration.

Previously gold dust inside a smartphone case had tried Removing Chinese citizens from Russia.

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Source: Gazeta

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