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You’d Never Imagine What’s In These Everyday Items, Until You See What The Smuggler Did.

"In August 2011, authorities with the Federal Public Revenue Administration of Argentina found cocaine concealed in tiny screws carried by a Peruvian man flying from Buenos Aires to South Africa. In total, the smuggler had some 20 kilograms (44 pounds) of cocaine hidden among screws and other items on his person."
"In August 2011, authorities with the Federal Public Revenue Administration of Argentina found cocaine concealed in tiny screws carried by a Peruvian man flying from Buenos Aires to South Africa. In total, the smuggler had some 20 kilograms (44 pounds) of cocaine hidden among screws and other items on his person."

It ain’t easy being a smuggler, it appears. First of all take a look at all of these ideas they’ve had, all for the sake of passing one special thingie from one place to another. As if drugs weren’t mind and universe altering enough, it looks like they make things not be what the seem even to people who are not on them. Hashish to the Netherlands? Sure, the tourists wanna get high and they need better supply. Liquid ketamine hidden as holy water by a Canadian? Of course, it does make things a bit incorporeal. But f***ing snakes? Why would anyone want to smuggle snakes into Australia? As if there weren’t already enough insects and animals ready to kill you just because you’re an untrained human who grew up in the city. I hope they gave that particular smuggler many years of imprisonment.

(Source: Imgur)