Crocs, 431 Turtles found in BKK flier's bags

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  1. rwoman
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    Whether it's 431 or 451, that sure would make a lot of soup ;)
     
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    My thoughts exactly :)
     
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    Not sure how this concerns travel safety, but it certainly is weird!
     
  5. Because if someone can get crocs and turtles on a plane, next they might try something more dangerous.

    Like snakes. ON A PLANE.
     
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    If turtles are not a hazard to aviation, the security screeners should not be looking for them. It's a slippery slope when they start looking for "contraband", as we well know.

    FWIW, mice on a plane ARE considered a hazard -- they can chew up the wiring.
     

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