Jingbo Chen, 43, a former Pacific Oriental service agent was sentenced to 30 days in prison and ordered to pay $2,000 (c. £1,570) after pleading guilty to entering a secure area of the Francisco C. Ada-Saipan International Airport and removing baggage that was being held by customs in September 2015. Chen arrived at the airport in her uniform on her day off and lied to staff in order to gain access to the area. In her defence, she claimed she was asked by a pregnant woman to assist her as her husband had imported some fruit she had been craving during her pregnancy.
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