Weird shit confiscated by Customs

10 human eye balls floating in a jam jar at Stansted Airport in 2007



Hollowed out onions were used to try and smuggle  £163,000 worth of cocaine by a Harvard-educated African Prince at Heathrow Airport.


Pills filled with powdered human baby flesh found by customs officials in South Korea, who seized thousands of smuggled drug capsules filled with powdered flesh from dead babies, which some people believe can cure disease.




Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd got into trouble over a jar of Vegemite (aka bottled shit) on his way from Mexico to New York address United Nations General Assembly, was stopped at US Customs and questioned over the mystery brown paste, which authorities apparently feared could represent a potentially dangerous liquid.





200 hundred Tarantulas were confiscated by Dutch customs officials at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam after they were found hidden in a suitcase on a flight from Peru.




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  • cows4me

    Had a mate go to Aussie to see his brother couple years ago. Showed up at Aussie customs with an AG jar of pickled Pauas and nothing else. No bags, just tongs, shorts, singlet, passport, wallet and jar of pickled Pauas. Aussies not impressed, Pauas confiscated.

  • johnbronkhorst

    Ok here’s the story:

    My wife required a serious amount of morphine per day, due to back problems. We travelled to the UK via Hong Kong on the way out and LA on the way back.

    We got the 6 weeks worth..(about 4 2″ high pill bottles full) along with a letter from the doctor.

    In Hong Kong: we dutifully declared them and showed the letter, offered to open the case, the answer…Not necessary, have a nice day.
    In the UK..we went through the declaration hall…nobody there, sign on the wall said “use the phone..we did…same result as Hong Kong.
    In LA…Same stry except the customs agent made us wait while he quizzed us as to whether these tablets may help his wife and should ask his doctor for them.
    On returning to NZ (still some tablets left)… We spent so much time trying to find a customs agent to declare them to, we gave up and left.
    So much the the checks on international drug smuggling.

  • williamabong

    It appears someone tipped off Customs after Helen Klarks last visit home, they searched her,including a body cavity search (which she seemed to enjoy), and could find no sign of either morals or scruples, and Homeland Security also claimed the ID photo on her passport had been tampered with.