Customs services are struggling with smugglers over the world, and withdraw from them quite strange objects.
See what interesting findings across customs.
Perhaps the strangest thing ever seized by customs, has been found in Stansted Airport in 2007: an unexpected discovery - 10 human eyeballs floating in a jar of jam.
Coventry Airport, customs officials intercepted a rather unexpected time a pair of gloves with claws in the style of Freddy Krueger.
Staff at Munich Airport has received a shock when he discovered the head and skeleton in the luggage of two Italians during a routine X-ray scanning. The woman said that the remains belong to a member of their family, who died in Brazil, but would like to be buried in Italy. After the presentation of the relevant documents on the unexpected finding, the couple apparently went on their way.
At Heathrow, the African Prince, to study in Harvard was caught trying to smuggle cocaine valued at £ 163,000, hidden inside a hollowed-out bulbs.
During the struggle against money laundering in 2012, German customs seized a significant amount of one hidden in cookies. Each note was carefully rolled up and inserted into the sand rolls with cream.
Ancient statues were once confiscated from smugglers in Greece, near Corinth. As scientists believe, the unexpected discovery of the statue refer to the 6th century BC.
The catch is dried caterpillars were seized by customs officers at Gatwick Airport. Tens of thousands of insects, packed in plastic bags wrapped in burlap were found in the luggage of 22-year-old young man, who came from Burkina Faso, West Africa.