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Now... I often use a few *clean* unused diapers to give extra padding for my laptop bag. I figure that I'm going to use the diapers eventually and so they might as well help keep my laptop in a non-smashed condition.
This isn't surprising. When my family and I have went on vacation before, we have had suitcases with diapers in them searched, and it appears that the TSA agents were feeling them for anything that we might be hiding inside of them (idk why they weren't able to see that on the x-ray machine, though). I also saw this on a movie once, though that's not to say that movies depict real life...
Feeling the diapers for something huh? Maybe some extra bulkiness in the folding perhaps. And yeah, the story doesn't surprise me either. I've seen stories were diapers were used to smuggle in drugs, money, heck I even saw on cops once were a woman stuffed drugs down her sons diaper , but the cop asked her if she had any drugs on her, but he eventually found them in the child's diaper (apparently some of it was sticking out). But anyways, people like that who hide things in diapers other than their privates give diapers a bad name.
The only sausage I hide in my diaper is...well, you don't need to know! :tongueout:
Seriously though, I'm willing to bet that the absorbent material of more than one baby's diaper has been exchanged for some sort of drug material. Just a shame really when the baby has to drop a load in his/her diaper...then the drug drealer's customers will complain that their coke looks so brown and smelly funny
Funny! , still,hiding a chorizo in a soiled diaper? i wouldn't want to eat it. they are crazy strict with importing food, i never knew why, with all the crap they let in anyways. the Canadian border? my stepfather is native American, we get a pile of crap from the border guards every time we cross to Canada