“We intercept and seize a multitude of remarkable items,” U.S. Customs and Border Protection field operations director Todd Owen said.
Remarkable? Unusual is another way to put it.
On May 6, officers at Los Angeles International Airport checked the bag of a 31-year-old man coming in from Nigeria. He declared a number of handbags that turned out to be made of prohibited reptile skin, including 98 of African rock pythons, 19 of monitor lizard, 85 of dwarf crocodile, 179 of cobra and six of puff adder snake.
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