Top 10 Craziest Things Smuggled Through Airport Security

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People have tried to smuggle loads of crazy things past airport security, but most of them get caught. Here are some of the craziest things that have been smuggled!
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Be Amazed at these 10 Airport Smuggling Stories That Will Shock You! Severed seal’s head – Ever walk into a biology lab that didn’t look like taxidermist’s heaven? me neither. Live Tropical Fish – Fashion designers get inspiration from all sorts of things. Graffiti. Mustaches. Parachutes. Literal garbage. Grenades – I thought airplane rule number one was pretty obvious: live weapons don’t go in carry-ons. Clearly some people missed the memo though. Live Tiger Cub & monkey – In case I didn’t make it clear earlier, here’s a piece of advice: don’t smuggle live stuff on planes. Cocaine Implants – Breast augmentations can help your chest go from flat to fab. They’re also great for promoting higher self-esteem.

Trouser Snakes – Living animal fashion is apparently pretty ‘groovy’ in the smuggling world. Let’s talk about two more cases. Human Remains – I’re not talking dead bodies here. As far as researchers can tell, only a single pair of women have ever tried to ‘Weekend at Bernie’s’ anybody onto a flight. Here are two instances where respecting the dead was the last thing on these traveler’s minds. Creepy Crawlies – Could there be anything worse than snakes on the plane? How about a bunch of tarantulas? That almost happened in the Netherlands on October of 2012. Eagle Owl Eggs – One kid could have ended up with the most bad-ass Easter basket EVER. In 2005, a Redwood City falconer managed to smuggle 15 Eurasian eagle owls from Austria to California after disguising them as Easter eggs. Gold in the Rectum – Kids like stuffing marbles up their nose.




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