To Europe, Hanging on the Wheels of a Plane … Kabica...

His identity was revealed to the public for the first time since the incident


To Europe, hanging by plane wheels ... Capica reveals a secret

A young South African revealed in a documentary the details of his “crazy adventure”, after he traveled from Johannesburg in South Africa to Heathrow in Britain, while he was hidden near the wheels of the plane.

Themba Kabica, 30, recently spoke about his 11-hour journey, and his friend Carlito Vale falling from 5,000 feet to his death in a horrific death.

The British newspaper “Daily Star” quoted Kabica as saying that he suffered during his trip from lack of oxygen, and spent months in a coma, before he woke up and was shocked by the news of his friend’s death.

According to the newspaper; Carlito fell one minute before a British Airways flight landing at Heathrow in July 2015.

Kabika narrated the details of his “dangerous” adventure with his friend in a documentary film entitled “The Man Who Fell From Heaven,” and his identity was revealed to the public for the first time since the accident.

In the documentary, Kabica provides detailed information about his and his companion planning their “illegal” trip to Britain, and how he hid in the plane’s wheel gap.

“I was watching the Earth, little by little, and I began to feel short of breath, and the last thing I remember is what my friend Carlito told me that we have succeeded,” said Kabica.

Kabica went into details about his and his companion’s trip planning. They set up a campsite near Johannesburg Airport; Adding: “We jumped over the airport fence at night, and hid waiting for a ready-to-take off plane, excluding those traveling to the United States for the long distance.”

“We found it difficult to squeeze ourselves into the porthole for the wheels of the plane. We were scared when the engine was started, but we made a decision not to back down. We had to leave Africa to stay alive,” Kabika said.

While in the wheel porthole, Kabica tied himself to a wire from the plane, fearing that he would fall unconscious; Which happened next; Where he fainted due to lack of oxygen, woke up after the plane landed on the runway, and spent six months in a coma, still using crutches because of the injuries he sustained, and made him unable to work.

According to the “Daily Star”, aviation experts said: that Kapica’s survival is rare in the aviation world.

It is worth noting that Kabica obtained a permit to stay in Britain after his escape, and he applied for asylum.


To Europe, hanging by plane wheels ... Capica reveals a secret



To Europe, hanging by plane wheels ... Capica reveals a secret



To Europe, hanging by plane wheels ... Capica reveals a secret

To Europe, Hanging on the Wheels of a Plane … Kabica Reveals the Secret of “Flight of Madness”
Ayman Hassan
Previously
2021-01-04

A young South African revealed in a documentary the details of his “crazy adventure”, after he traveled from Johannesburg in South Africa to Heathrow in Britain, while he was hidden near the wheels of the plane.

Themba Kabica, 30, recently spoke about his 11-hour journey, and his friend Carlito Vale falling from 5,000 feet to his death in a horrific death.

The British newspaper “Daily Star” quoted Kabica as saying that he suffered during his trip from lack of oxygen, and spent months in a coma, before he woke up and was shocked by the news of his friend’s death.

According to the newspaper; Carlito fell one minute before a British Airways flight landing at Heathrow in July 2015.

Kabika narrated the details of his “dangerous” adventure with his friend in a documentary film entitled “The Man Who Fell From Heaven,” and his identity was revealed to the public for the first time since the accident.

In the documentary, Kabica provides detailed information about his and his companion planning their “illegal” trip to Britain, and how he hid in the plane’s wheel gap.

“I was watching the Earth, little by little, and I began to feel short of breath, and the last thing I remember is what my friend Carlito told me that we have succeeded,” said Kabica.

Kabica went into details about his and his companion’s trip planning. They set up a campsite near Johannesburg Airport; Adding: “We jumped over the airport fence at night, and hid waiting for a ready-to-take off plane, excluding those traveling to the United States for the long distance.”

“We found it difficult to squeeze ourselves into the porthole for the wheels of the plane. We were scared when the engine was started, but we made a decision not to back down. We had to leave Africa to stay alive,” Kabika said.

While in the wheel porthole, Kabica tied himself to a wire from the plane, fearing that he would fall unconscious; Which happened next; Where he fainted due to lack of oxygen, woke up after the plane landed on the runway, and spent six months in a coma, still using crutches because of the injuries he sustained, and made him unable to work.

According to the “Daily Star”, aviation experts said: that Kapica’s survival is rare in the aviation world.

It is worth noting that Kabica obtained a permit to stay in Britain after his escape, and he applied for asylum.

04 January 2021 – 20 Jumada I 1442

10:57 AM


His identity was revealed to the public for the first time since the incident

A young South African revealed in a documentary the details of his “crazy adventure”, after he traveled from Johannesburg in South Africa to Heathrow in Britain, while he was hidden near the wheels of the plane.

Themba Kabica, 30, recently spoke about his 11-hour journey, and his friend Carlito Vale falling from 5,000 feet to his death in a horrific death.

The British newspaper “Daily Star” quoted Kabica as saying that he suffered during his trip from lack of oxygen, and spent months in a coma, before he woke up and was shocked by the news of his friend’s death.

According to the newspaper; Carlito fell one minute before a British Airways flight landing at Heathrow in July 2015.

Kabika narrated the details of his “dangerous” adventure with his friend in a documentary film entitled “The Man Who Fell From Heaven,” and his identity was revealed to the public for the first time since the accident.

In the documentary, Kabica provides detailed information about his and his companion planning their “illegal” trip to Britain, and how he hid in the plane’s wheel gap.

“I was watching the Earth, little by little, and I began to feel short of breath, and the last thing I remember is what my friend Carlito told me that we have succeeded,” said Kabica.

Kabica went into details about his and his companion’s trip planning. They set up a campsite near Johannesburg Airport; Adding: “We jumped over the airport fence at night, and hid waiting for a ready-to-take off plane, excluding those traveling to the United States for the long distance.”

“We found it difficult to squeeze ourselves into the porthole for the wheels of the plane. We were scared when the engine was started, but we made a decision not to back down. We had to leave Africa to stay alive,” Kabika said.

While in the wheel porthole, Kabica tied himself to a wire from the plane, fearing that he would fall unconscious; Which happened next; Where he fainted due to lack of oxygen, woke up after the plane landed on the runway, and spent six months in a coma, still using crutches because of the injuries he sustained, and made him unable to work.

According to the “Daily Star”, aviation experts said: that Kapica’s survival is rare in the aviation world.

It is worth noting that Kabica obtained a permit to stay in Britain after his escape, and he applied for asylum.

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