Customs Seized 13 pounds of Horse Genitals at Dulles International Airport

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If you’ve ever traveled abroad and returned to the United States, you’ve probably dealt with the frustration of having certain seemingly benign food items confiscated by Customs agents. It’s easy to be pissed off at those guys for ending your vacation on a down note, but really you should feel bad for them. It turns out that their job is way more strange, gross, and creepy than yours will ever be.

On Thursday it was reported that Customs agents for the Washington Dulles International Airport made a freaky discovery last month. During a routine agricultural inspection of luggage belonging to two women who were visiting from Mongolia, they found 42 pounds of horse meat, which included 13 pounds of horse genitals. One of the women explained that the genitals were for medicinal purposes. 3 liters of yak milk were also found.

The women obviously knew that the “food” wouldn’t pass through customs, so they found a rather ingenious way to sneak the meat through. It was found stuffed in multiple juice boxes.

Customs decided to incinerate the meat over fears that it could introduce foot and mouth disease to livestock in the United States. The two women were not charged with any crimes and were allowed to continue their visit, presumably after being told “no more horsing around” in America.

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  • Rey d’Tutto

    First the “Squirrel!” Article, then this Horseshit

    • Ho Lee Fook

      I thought it was a bag of dicks

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    • Cynical Old Bastard

      Lol. Good one.

    • Bruce O’Ryan

      lol

  • straight shooter

    Who knows what little parlor game the Pedo-garchy had planned.

  • jaguar

    I can’t believe those 2 women got off so easy…They knew what they were doing, that’s why they tried hiding it….

  • D.Moore

    Some humans are inherently vile sub-human scourge

  • Milly Vanilly

    They were just delivering it to the Clinton Foundation,

  • Lesley Manis Mullins

    I somehow came across a pizza restaurant in Malta that serves horse mince meat on one of their pizzas. So I look up horse meat and found a rather large raw “pet” food company that sells and distributes minced horse meat based in England.
    Raw dog food diet: What it is

    A raw dog food diet typically consists of:

    Muscle meat, often still on the bone
    Bones, either whole or ground
    Organ meats such as livers and kidneys
    Raw eggs
    Vegetables like broccoli, spinach, and celery
    Apples or other fruit
    Some dairy, such as yog

    • Cynical Old Bastard

      Hell… I just toss the pack a deer or stillborn calf on occasion. Supplement it with road kill and neighborhood cats.

      They get a little gassy, but they’re happy.

  • Cynical Old Bastard

    Heh-heh. Foot and mouth disease.

    That’s a pretty serious disease. Almost as bad as “head up the ass” syndrome. No known cure for that one.

    • MorganThePirate

      The name for that condition is “recto-cranial inversion.”

  • Upperthoughts

    More toys for Obama and friends. The perv…….

  • Rhonda Watts Hettinger

    One problem with the reason the customs agents apparently gave for not allowing the horse meat in… Horses don’t get foot-and-mouth. There might be other reasons to prevent this “import,” but the one they supposedly gave is stupid and ignorant.

    To add a similar if opposite example of government incompetence… I was in the UK the summer of 2001 in the middle of the huge foot-and-mouth disaster (which was caused by carelessness of a government lab!) In the countryside, too–went through many shoe/boot disinfection trays there. When I returned to the US, I tried both in Newark and Boston to follow proper agricultural safety procedure, posted on signs prominently displayed, by reporting to authorities that I had been in a foot-and-mouth area. I was brushed off and told not to bother them in both airports…

    • dbelton

      While horses don’t get foot-and-mouth, they can indeed spread it. Even humans can spread it on their clothing, dogs can spread it by moving bones/remains, any animal coming in contact with an infected animal can carry the disease to other susceptable animals, even if they themselves aren’t able to get the disease.

      • Rhonda Watts Hettinger

        Yes, of course F&M can be spread by contact (which was the point of my comments on customs’ lack of interest in my extended stay in a F&M area)–but spreading via horsemeat would be pretty unlikely.

  • Kraut9

    Some like it big

  • g.johnon

    Incinerated my ass. guess what was on the dinner menu at the d.c. jail house that night.