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Crocodile bomber?

Posted by mesablue on March 26, 2007

This is weird, a woman causes panic at the border crossing between Egypt and Gaza — notice how they just call it Gaza.

Woman Has Crocodiles Strapped to Body

JERUSALEM — A woman with three crocodiles strapped to her waist was stopped at the Gaza-Egypt border crossing after guards noticed that she looked “strangely fat,” officials said Monday.


The woman’s shape raised suspicions at the Rafah terminal in southern Gaza, and a body search by a female border guard turned up the animals, each about 20 inches long, concealed underneath her loose robe, according to Maria Telleria, spokeswoman for the European observers who run the crossing.

The woman looked strangely fat. Even though she was veiled and covered, even with so many clothes on there was something strange,” Telleria said.


The incident, which took place on Thursday, sparked panic at the crossing.


“The policewoman screamed and ran out of the room, and then women began screaming and panicking when they heard,” Telleria said. But when the hysteria died down, she said, “everybody was admiring a woman who is able to tie crocodiles to her body.”

“Admiring a woman who is able to tie crocodiles to her body?” As opposed to what?

What do Palestinians want with exotic animals?

The woman was not the first to try to smuggle exotic wildlife through the Rafah crossing, Dahab said: Another woman tried to bring in a monkey tied to her chest, and other travelers tried to smuggle in exotic birds and a tiger cub.

Strange people.

Update: Heh, I actually found something before Allah.

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2 Responses to “Crocodile bomber?”

  1. Joe said

    Last time…

    Can I have the fur?

  2. mesablue said

    Only one fur per customer. You already got your Rosie pelt.

    Ugh, it felt disgusting just to type that.

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