Kevin Gledhill smuggled parrot eggs into Australia with the help of a specially made T-shirt; however, he was caught at the border. During a routine baggage check, officers were suspicious that Kevin Gledhill was hiding something under his clothing.
They requested that he remove his coat and then discovered that he had smuggled parrot eggs in a heavily pocketed shirt. As smuggling wildlife is a serious offense, he is expected to serve at least eight months in prison for his (fashion) crime.
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Kevin Gledhill Smuggled Parrot Eggs with Customized Blouse
- By: Luisa Amanda GomesMar 25, 2010