An Afghan migrant trafficked 400 kilometres (250 miles) along an Italian highway strapped by leather belts to a bottom of a lorry, according to police.
He was arrested after other motorists on a Naples-Rome widen of a A1 motorway held steer of him dangling from his temporary strap and alerted police.
The Bulgarian drivers of a lorry, who were pushing from Turkey to Spain, pronounced they had been unknowingly of a stowaway and were authorised to continue their journey.
In an talk with Sky TG24, a Afghan male pronounced he had paid €900 (£770) to a trafficker who had trustworthy him to a lorry on a packet from Greece, where he had spent 6 months in a migrant camp, to a Italian pier of Brindisi.
He pronounced his 22 hours underneath a lorry were tough though not unbearable. “I have been by most some-more dangerous things in Afghanistan than this journey,” he said.
The tired Afghan was quickly hospitalised before being expelled to a migrant accepting centre. He was systematic to leave Italy within 7 days after indicating he did not wish to register an haven ask in a country.
More than 100,000 migrants have arrived in Italy given a start of a year. Many of them try to equivocate induction there in a wish of being means to deposition haven requests in northern Europe.
Aid workers pronounced they were carefree that a Afghan stowaway would change his mind and register an haven ask in Italy. He told Sky TG24 he wanted to get to France to accommodate friends and that his mom and brothers were vital in Switzerland.