SFO Stowaway Arrested At Airport, Again

62-year-old airport lover arrested at baggage claim

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    Christie Smith

    Marilyn Hartman loves San Francisco International Airport so much -- and, she says, wants to go somewhere warm for her cancer -- she's willing to be arrested for going there.

    Four times now.

    Hartman, 62, was arrested at baggage claim on Wednesday, according to reports. Her crime was literally visiting the airport, as she's been barred with a court order from stepping foot at SFO.

    She was banned from SFO after somehow sneaking past security and boarding a Hawaii-bound plane on Feb. 15. She returned three days later but was stopped at security.

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    She told authorities that she had cancer and "wanted to go somewhere warm," according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

    Then, on Feb. 20, she was found with a discarded boarding pass at the airport and arrested. She served eight days in jail and was "ordered" not to come back.

    She did on March 18, when she was spotted at the food court and arrested.