The smuggling attempt was foiled by sticking 1000 cactus leaves and plants on the body
Auckland: An interesting and bizarre smuggling case has led to the arrest of a woman who was carrying rare cactus leaves (cactus) and their juicy parts (seculants) on her body from China to New Zealand.
The arrested woman was found with parts of a thousand cactus plants, leaves and juicy juicy parts, which she had worked hard to attach to her thighs and other methods.
Wang Chung Li, 38, was traveling from China to New Zealand under the name Wendy when he was taken into custody at Auckland Airport. According to the country’s Ministry of Biosecurity, they will have to work 100 hours of social work as punishment. It should be noted that even in 2019, this woman had smuggled rare cactus plants. In March 2019, the woman traveled under the same name and came to New Zealand with 947 different pieces of plants pasted on her body. They also had eight very rare species worth 72 7,200.
This time at the airport, the sniffer dog considered her suspicious, so she went to the toilet and tried to throw all the plants there, but the administration recovered some amount from the dustbin and flush. Similarly, in July, they tried to smuggle about 200 plants, a snail and some rare tree trunks wrapped in paper.