There have been many news reports of stowaways who hide in the wheel wells of subsonic airliners and survive the flight.
I assume this would not be survivable with a Concorde because they'd be unable to breathe above ca. 50,000 ft . Therefore, would their death have been certain? Would a human even fit into the Concorde's wheel well? Are there any known examples of attempts?
I wonder what exactly would happen to their body over the course of the Concorde's cruise, as opposed to a normal airliner stowaway. What effects would the supersonic cruise have on their bodies when in the unpressurized wheel well?