We already brought you part one of our list of the top 10 strangest airport security finds, and now we’re back with part two! Check out five more fascinating and bizarre things people have tried to take through airport security below. You might be surprised by what you find out!
Number Five: Cocaine in Breast Implants. In 2012, a woman was flying from Colombia to Spain and was questioned after she gave very vague responses when asked why she was visiting Spain. Officials noticed she had recently had breast augmentation, and she was taken to a hospital. Rather than silicone implants in her breasts, doctors found that she had two giant bags of cocaine.
Number Four: Two Live Pigeons. In 2009, for whatever reason, one man decided to try and smuggle two live pigeons from Dubai to Melbourne, Australia. He wore tights underneath his jeans and strapped the pigeons inside bubble wrap envelopes with just their heads sticking out. He was discovered after officials found a bottle with two eggs in it and became suspicious.
Number Three: A Baby Crocodile. People on a flight to Egypt became alarmed when they noticed a baby crocodile was loose on the plane. Though crew members eventually captured it, they never discovered who it was who was crazy enough to smuggle a baby crocodile on a plane and not properly secure it.
Number Two: 65 Baby Snakes. One Swedish woman decided she wanted to start a reptile farm and to accomplish this, she had to smuggle some animals onto a plane. She put 65 baby snakes into her bra and had six small lizards on her back, and officials became suspicious when they noticed she was constantly itching her chest.
Number One: Hashish in a Vibrator. A not-too-bright 26-year-old Ukrainian woman decided to smuggle hashish into her vibrator and brag about it before she got out of the airport. Officials were tipped off by someone who overheard her, and she was subsequently caught. The woman was convinced that nobody would think to touch, let alone look inside, a vibrator for drugs, so she kept the hashish inside thinking she was good to go.