Rick Harrison, the host of the famous American program “The Price of History” traveled this weekend to El Salvador, where he was received by the immigration authorities with his famous phrase “I don’t know Rick, it seems fake” when checking his passport, as part of a good joke.
Although his face is more than familiar to many people, including lovers of antiques and followers of the television program, the immigration agents did not miss the opportunity to joke with him.
But they were not the only ones to report the arrival of the presenter in the country, the president of El Salvador, Nayib Bukele, also posted a video on his Twitter account about the arrival of the American businessman.
The video shows how Harrison arrives at Migration at the El Salvador international airport and is received by an agent to whom he gives his passport, but when he checks it and in the pure style of Harrison, he says in English: “I don’t know Rick, seems fake”, so he calls another “expert” agent to analyze the document.
After reviewing the passport with a small magnifying glass and assuring that both the colors and the photo are correct and real, the immigration agent returns the document to his partner and he returns it to Rick and then welcomes him to his country, with a smile and good mood.
Star of “The Price of History” participates in a special History Fest in El Salvador
Rick Harrison is in the country as a special guest at the History Fest to be held this weekend at Presidente Plaza, as part of Sivart’s activities in the Zona Rosa, according to the newspaper La Prensa Gráfica, from that country.
Harrison’s, 58 years old, is scheduled for this Saturday, where admission will be free. Rick’s arrival in the country was announced by the immigration authorities themselves on their social networks, where they shared some images.
Source: Quinta Fuerza