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Crazy things found by airport security


We've all been to our local airports to welcome or farewell visiting friends and family or to jump on a plane and go somewhere ourselves. Sometimes, airport security find things hidden in luggage, things that the passengers know they shouldn't have. What are some of the strange, dangerous or crazy things that security at your local airport have found in passengers luggage?

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Re: Crazy things found by airport security


I saw one lady declare a case of "dragon's blood" in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Side note: There were 76 cases of "dragons blood" on the Titanic that went down with the ship!

How's that for a weird coincidence?

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Not sure what year it was, but here in Melbourne, Australia, a woman arriving on a flight from Singapore attracted the attention of Customs officers when people around her said they could hear "splashing" sounds. A closer inspection revealed the woman was wearing a specially-designed apron containing bags of no less than 50 tropical fish.

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