There is a bizarre case out of Ireland where a 49-year-old man was arrested after being found with contraband and an explosive at the airport. It turns out that the Slovakian police planted the explosives and contraband on passengers at the Bratislava Airport, but did not bother to tell the Irish authorities.
It took three days for the Slovakian police to notify the Irish, including the planting of a 90g research development explosive. The Slovakian government offered their “profound regret” to the Irish government. It is not known what apologies were made to the man who was not only arrested but had his apartment surrounded by bomb squads.
The man has a wonderful tort action and an even more wonderful story to tell of how he was an unwitting smuggler and bomber for the Slovakian police.
This could be a new tourism campaign: “Come to Bratislava and enjoy Slovakian hospitality where we put contraband into your luggage for the flight home!”