A Delta Airlines jet is inspected on the tarmac at Narita international Airport outside Tokyo Sunday after a dead body was discovered in the landing gear bay.
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Japanese authorities were seeking American help Monday to identify a body found in the landing gear compartment of a plane that arrived in Tokyo from New York.
A mechanic made the grim discovery after Delta Flight 59 landed at Tokyo's Narita International Airport about 6:05 p.m. local time Sunday, a Chiba prefecture police spokesman said.
The victim, believed to be a stowaway, was a black man clad in a long-sleeved, plaid shirt and jeans, police said.Click to read.