Finnish NHL player mocking the rules of entry in the United States

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The Finnish goalkeeper of club of National hockey League (NHL) “Pittsburgh penguins” Emil Larmi in his Twitter in a mocking style described rules of entry in the United States.

The player tried to fly from Helsinki to America to begin preparations for the resumption of the season, but ran into bureaucratic difficulties. “I didn’t have all the necessary documents 67. I also took one dinosaur and a few drops of the blood of the unicorn — dinosaur was wrong, and the unicorn was only the horn,” wrote Larmi.

After that 23-year-old has made two attempts to fly. The latter, judging by the video leaving on the baggage belt sticks, proved to be successful.

The regular championship of NHL was suspended on 13 March due to pandemic coronavirus. The tournament is scheduled to resume in late July with the stage of the playoffs.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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