More than a dozen illegal migrants were found hiding inside a delivery truck that arrived in France from Italy this week, according to reports.
The shocking discovery was made at around 9 a.m. on Wednesday in Manosque, a commune in the department of Alpes-de-Haute-Provence in southeastern France.
A truck carrying goods for the luxury retailer L'Occitane had just arrived from Ventimiglia, Italy, when the driver heard voices from within the cargo area, La Provence reports.
Police were summoned and officers opened the vehicle in a company parking lot.
Inside they found 13 male stowaways, including 11 adults and two claiming to be underage.
They were identified as citizens of Afghanistan, Tunisia, Ivory Coast, Guinea, and Somalia.
The adults were issued orders to leave French territory within 30 days, while the 'unaccompanied minors' were turned over to Childhood Social Assistance.
A similar incident unfolded this summer at an Ikea in nearby Marseille.
"Nine migrants were discovered in the trailer of a heavy goods vehicle arriving from Italy. They were taken care of by the police," La Provence reported in July.
Migrants attempting to commandeer or stowaway inside trucks traveling across Europe has become a regular occurrence, as Infowars often reports.
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