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Nepalese choir 'dematerializes' in UK: Report
Thursday, 28 April 2011 18:36

LONDON: Members of a Nepalese choir which flew to Britain to take part in a music festival have ''absconded'' from a UK airport, organisers have disclosed, report said. It says how the Immigration officials are investigating after the 10-strong male choir vanished shortly after landing at Heathrow Airport.

It said that the group had been due to perform in the Cornwall International Male Voice Choral Festival this week but disappeared after touching down at 7.30am.
The British Home Office has been reported to have said it was investigating the whereabouts of the group and whether or not they had committed a crime.

Report said that festival organiser David Peters had arranged to pick the group up from the airport but was "stunned when he discovered they had landed – and then vanished. Mr Peters said the disappearance was a ''mystery''.
He has beenn reported to have said''They did arrive at Heathrow and it seems they have absconded


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