If you discovered a whole mess of Japanese pot in your suitcase…we want it back…unsmoked.

by loadz

What’s worse than breaking the law to slip 142 grams of pot into some poor sucker’s suitcase?

Not being able to find it.

A customs officer hid a package of the banned substance in a side pocket of a randomly chosen suitcase in order to test airport security.

Sniffer dogs failed to detect the cannabis and the officer could not remember which suitcase had the stash.

Whoops. Hey listen, we’re really, really sorry about the 142 grams of pot we slipped into your suitcase next to your unmentionables, but if we could have that back we’d surely appreciate it.

One hundred forty-two grams? That’s five ounces. And their dog couldn’t find that?

Apparently now is the time to start smuggling your dope into Tokyo.

Whatever you do, though, don’t smoke it. It’ll make you Chinese-eyed.

(Photo courtesy of http://bangkok.metblogs.com/)

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One Response to If you discovered a whole mess of Japanese pot in your suitcase…we want it back…unsmoked.

  1. well, if the dogs had only previously been trained to find things in dummy suitcases provided for the exercise, maybe that’s what the dogs ended up actually trained to find.

    it could explain why it was so odd that the dogs couldn’t find it this time, right? Like the customs officer says to the BBC, he was just trying to “improve” the ability of the dogs:

    “I knew that using passengers’ bags is prohibited, but I did it because I wanted to improve the sniffer dog’s ability,” the officer was quoted as saying.

    “The dogs have always been able to find it before… I became overconfident that it would work,” he said.

    And if all of the dogs couldn’t find it, perhaps they’ve all been hilariously mis-trained, but I think the smart money is on a baggage handler laughing his ass off right now.

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