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Stranger Things' Joseph Quinn is detained at the airport and later released after being identified by the Rolling Stone series

Stranger Things’ Joseph Quinn is detained at the airport and later released after being identified by the Rolling Stone series

Joseph Quinn explains how airport officials reacted after discovering he was part of Stranger Things

Character Joseph Quinn The actor was released from prolonged immigrant detention at an airport in the United States. The actor is playing Eddie Monsonone of the most beloved characters in the fourth season of Weird things (2016).

Queen Comment on the situation during the talk show The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon This Monday, July 25th. “It’s good to be here, because I almost didn’t. I was arrested at immigration yesterday,” the Briton revealed to the presenter. Jimmy Fallon.

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“I was taken to what I think might be called a dungeon,” Queen joked. “And I waited about 20 minutes and before I was called to a table where I was asked, ‘What are you doing in the United States, sir?”

The artist was honest with the policeman, and said that he came down to a North American country to meet fell on. I said, “He didn’t believe me.”

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That’s when another airport official recognized the trapped actor. One of his classmates looked at him, looked at me and said, ‘Let’s Eddie safely. and the Eddie From “Stranger Things”.

Only then did the first police officer realize that he was interrogating someone he already knew – and took the opportunity to ask a question about Weird things. He said: You Eddie Monson? … Will you come back next season? Without knowing the answer, the officer released him, and finally said ‘It’s better to go back,’ allowing the actor to enter the country.

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