Customs officials at Graz airport in Austria made a shocking discovery in the carry on luggage of a Moroccan woman: the entrails of her husband. If that is not bizarre enough, Austrian police insist that there is nothing illegal in taking body parts of your loved ones as carry on — subject to any size limitations of the airline of course.
The woman was suspicious that her husband (who died in an operation) was actually poisoned. She was bringing the entrails of her husband to have them tested for poison.
It turns out that the entrails were not enough for testing. She would have had to bring the whole cadaver but that would hardly fit in carry-on luggage.
14 thoughts on “Woman Found With Husband’s Entrails In Her Carry On Luggage . . . Austrian Officials Declare No Law Has Been Broken”
Ouch, I thought she committed something against the law. I think her husband has been murdered but hopefully she will find an answer to her question.
“Saving My Love for You!”
“I sent my sinuses to Arizona
I sent my liver to Peru
I sent my lungs and my kidneys
For the summer in Sydney
But I’m sending my heart to you”
George Carlin – “Take Offs and Put Ons” ca. 1967
Fast forward to the 1:45 mark -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Or5ojlK4Pg
I don’t know how JT finds these strange stories. Fun headlines, that’s for sure.
Honestly, how else was she to carry them? In her purse? Airlines are so picky these days.
“He Stopped Loving Her Today” – George Jones
Austria should leave the EU and set up its own border patrol to keep the refugees out. What the article omits is being bandered about on the internet. She had his “private parts” with her and was intending to snuggle up when she got to Austria.
No wonder that the Austrians will most likely go for Auxit. they have enough home grown weirdos/pervs to deal with. why add ethnic peeps to the existing toxic brew???
He gave her his heart.
She has more intestinal fortitude than I do. But I do not see anything illegal about it.
She made a gutsy move.
That took guts.
!!! You beat me to it! LOL!
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