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Smuggling Paraphernalia Can Be Hard Work, Even When It Fails. This Is Ridiculous.

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I figured smuggling would be an interesting line of work, but I had no idea just how strange it actually was. It’s difficult enough to get perfectly legal foods across borders, so naturally trying to bring illegal things into a country is even harder. You can’t just slap a fake mustache on a bag of cocaine and tell security it’s your Uncle Pete. (Even if that does sound outlandishly genius.)

If you want to make money off of contraband, you have to be creative. Just take a look at some of the weird examples below–and don’t forget, these are the techniques that didn’t work.  

1.) Avocado Filled with Cocaine

2.) Stuffed Animal Stuffed with a Handgun

3.) Clams Stuffed with Cocaine

4.) Chocolate-covered Methamphetamine

5.) Ceramic Cats Filled with Opium

6.) Money in Bread

7.) Cocaine in Breast Implants

8.) Ecstasy Inside of a Mr. Potato Head Toy

9.) Marijuana Packed into the Shape of a Donkey

10.) Geckos in Books

11.) Plant Base Filled with Ephedrine

12.) Wooden Door Filled with Cocaine

13.) Frogs in a Film Cannister

14.) Anabolic Steroids in Lubricant Bottles

15.) Snake in a Clay Pot

16.) Cocaine in Candy Eggs

17.) Soccer Ball Filled with Cigarettes

18.) Dead Bugs Filled with Cocaine

(via BoredPanda)

Whoa. That sure is an interesting line of work. Imagine what these people could have done with those creative minds of theirs if they had chosen a career where most retirement parties don’t take place in a prison. This really makes you wonder how people successfully brings these things in!

Read more: http://viralnova.com/strange-smuggling-techniques/

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