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Those crazy Canadians:
BBC News - Canada cheese-smuggling ring busted - policeman charged
I knew that section of sniffer Mice would show their worth in the end.
I love the idera of cheese smuggling. just imagine sitting in your rented transit, sweating while the Customs officers get closer and hoping they don't notice the pack of Dairy Lea hidden under the spare wheel..
You would be fucked on a hot day if it was smelly stilton in the back.
Dairylea! Pah! Try smuggling Gorganzola, the mark of a true pro.
Sounds daft but cheese is expensive stuff, check the price per kg compared to fillet steak.
Ive been smuggling cheese through customs for years, maybe I should shower more.
now we know why certain cheeses come in a wax wrapping and are rounded for easy insertion...
Thanks for that image. No more mini-Babybels for me!
That's why there's bonus peanut chunks and corn kernels in every box.
Interesting numbers in that article.
They smuggled C$ 200,000 worth of cheese and made C$ 165,000 of profit?
That means original outlay / expenses etc came to C$ 35,000.
A profit margin of over 450% is not to be sniffed at!
you know the rules, pics or it never happened
I thought the crime would have been actually conspiring to make people eat American cheese, the repugnant stuff that it is. From my trips there I have found they only have 3 kinds:
1. Cheese in aerosol cans
2. Monterey Jack, which tastes of nothing at all
3. Anything resembling a Kraft cheese single
I am aware they have (a few) others of course, but they all seem to be Monterey Jack with a different name!
Looks like they've arrested the big cheese.
'Come on, Bert. Let's brie having you.'
Saw what you did there. Clever.
Smuggle this in your hoop and you'd be smiling...
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