Sunday, 15 January 2017

The weirdest items seized by immigration officials from smugglers trying to bring them into Australia

One of the most impressive items intercepted by Australian biosecurity officers last year was an entire boar's head. The delivery from Russia was eventually cleared after no biosecurity issues were identified
Human skulls, a boar's head, a spooky sacrificial bat and bear claws are some of the strangest items that airline passengers have tried to bring into the country.
The objects were intercepted by Australian immigration officials in the last year from travellers because they pose a biosecurity risk.
Australian Border Force issued up to 3,500 infringement notices to people who tried to smuggle the items in the 2015/16 financial year. 

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