iPhones illegally imported in China through an empty beer bottle
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iPhones illegally imported in China through an empty beer bottle

Beijing : China | Apr 25, 2012 at 2:57 AM PDT
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Smugglers in China has found a new technique to import iPhone illegally but the bad news is they've caught by authorities.

The Border patrol officers ordered the elderly woman to stop pushing a cart of empty beer bottles into the country. The woman just said to the police that the empty bottles will be used for recycling. But a big surprise to the came to the police after finding out per empty bottles contains three iPhone. The empty bottles are heavy in weight compared to merely empty one.

The iPhones are individually wrapped in a black plastic and a still wrapped again by a black b just to fool the police authorities. Around 76 bottles contained iPhones are confiscated.

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