Photo: Man Tries Sneak Turtle Disguised As Burger Onto Plane

Photo - CRAZY: Man Tries Sneak Turtle Disguised As Burger Onto Plane

Something rather peculiar was noticed in the bag of a traveler identified only as “Mr. Li” by security officials at China’s Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport on Monday.

The airport’s X-ray machine showed “suspicious corners” on what appeared to be a KFC sandwich package, according to the AFP.

Mr. Li vehemently insisted the item was “nothing but a burger. ” When security staff pointed out that the odd shape of the burger resembled that of a turtle, Li replied, “There is no turtle in there, just a hamburger. There’s nothing special to see inside,” the South China Morning Post News.

Officials forced Mr. Li to open his bag and found that he was indeed attempting to transport his “beloved” pet turtle on the plane. The man reportedly was able to entrust the animal in a friend’s care before continuing on his flight to Beiing.

According to Kotaku, users of Weibo — China’s Twitter — have been responding to the story by uploading the “Turtle Burger” image seen above and first posted by Flickr user Flaunted.

Source: Source: Huffington Post



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