Strange animal smuggling methods

 
 
 
  • A women was caught at Stockholm airport with 75 baby snakes in her bra. Photo:Travelandleisure.com
  • In July 2011 a young couple tried to smuggle lizards hidden in plush toys through Australian customs. Photo: smilorama.com
  • A man wearing tights is bad enough, but hiding pigeons in them - wow! Caught in 2009 at Melbourne Airport. Photo: 11points.com
  • Two Amazon Parrots in the dashboard compartment of a car seized at the U.S. Mexico border in 2001. Photo: AP
  • A London pet shop owner tried to up his exotic game in 2009 by smuggling 1000 live spiders from Brazil. Photo: smallbitsandpieces.blogspot.com
  • Two middle-aged Japanese nationals hid 55 live turtles in snack boxes, trying to smuggle them into LAX in August 2011. Photo: bushwarriors.wordpress.com
  • In 2009 Australian Border Officials caught a man carrying exotic parot eggs in this modified vest. Photo abc.net.au
  • A 43-year-old women hiding 51 live tropical fish in her skirt was caught at Melbourne Airport in 2005. Photo: monsterfishkeepers.com
  • A variety of over 100 reptiles stashed into plastic bottles and containers were found at the Bangkok airport. Photo: bushwarriors.wordpress.com
  • In 2009 a young man was caught in Norway with 14 snakes and 10 lizards strapped to his body like this. Photo: globalanimal.org
  • A real baby tiger disguised as a soft toy at a Thai airport. True story. Photo: flowkery.wordpress.com