Thu, Mar 13, 2008
But Try To Bring On Mouthwash, And Well...
airport security screeners think they've seen it all, someone
decides to pack a skeleton in checked luggage.
The Associated Press reports a 62-year-old woman travelling with
a 63-year-old friend was stopped at the Munich airport after
baggage handlers found her luggage contained an entire human
skeleton sealed in a plastic bag. The women were traveling to
Naples, Italy from Brazil.
Airport police pulled the women aside for questioning. The woman
with the bones explained that she was simply honoring the last
request of her deceased brother to be buried in Italy. The man died
in Sao Paolo, Brazil 12 years ago.
After showing security officials the appropriate papers, the
women were allowed to continue on their way... bag 'o' bones and
But, only because they weren't carrying more than 100
milliliters of shampoo.
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