Swedish Man Passes Airport Security With First Microchip Implant

Swedish Man Passes Airport Security With First Microchip Implant

A Swedish technology expert,  Andreas Sjöström has been the first ever in history to pass through airport security to board a plane with an implanted microchip in his hand.

Andrea Sjöström is documented to have uploaded his Scandinavian Airlines flight booking inan attempt to board a plane out of Stockholm Arlanda Airport to Paris.

 The microchips have been put up for sale at £50, thus inserted underneath the skin by syringe, as it was the size of a grain of rice. Considering the success of the recent microchip implant by the Swedish technology expert, there is the highest tendency for the United States to replicate the technology across the world.

Watch Video Of The Shocking Process

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