American actor Harrison Ford lost his credit card while in Palermo, Sicily, where shooting for the next part of the Indiana Jones film saga is underway. The owner of the card was found by the son of the legendary Italian judge Paolo Borsellino.
Italian media reports that in the coastal district of Palermo-Mondello, one of its residents found a credit card. He immediately took her to the nearest police station, headed by Manfredi Borsellino – the son of an investigating judge killed by the mafia in 1992.
The policemen were amazed. Harrison Ford turned out to be the owner of the card.
In Sicily, shooting for the fifth Indiana Jones film is underway
Ford, 79, recently arrived on the island to shoot for the fifth movie in the Indiana Jones saga. He went to the beach in Mondello to rest after work. Just then the card fell out of his pocket. The star, who was noticed by fans, hid from them in one of the nearby venues.
At that time, the police contacted the film crew who helped them in their search for an actor. The commandant of the station and another policeman personally handed over the loss to Ford. They even took a photo together. As noted, the adventure was considered a cinematic event – with Indiana Jones in the background.
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