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December 27, 2011


A CZECH national was nabbed in Argentina for trying to board a transatlantic flight with 247 live animals including poisonous snakes and endangered reptiles packed in a bulging suitcase.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Obviously someone determined to teach the TSA screeners a lesson.

"Here! Inspect THIS!!!"

"Paging Mr. Jackson, Mr. Samuel Jackson, your escort is here."

Snakes!? Why did it have to be snakes?

Did he keep the species that eat each other in separate one quart resealable bags?

If I had been one of the baggage x-ray technicians, there would have been a subheading that would have read: X-ray technician last seen running and screaming out of the airport.

Heh heh... You said " bulging ".

If he were to get eaten by one of these, let all the female snakes go free.

We all know the Czech is in the male.

At least they weren't stuffed in his pants. At long, long intervals, one of these bottom feeders gets bitten by the merchandise, but it doesn't happen anywhere near often enough.

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