A large cargo ship from America to Australia. How hard is it to take a handgun, hide on the ship, and have it collected on the other side?
You would think it would be easy right? Imagine a crate of bananas, stash a handgun in there, and just have 1 or 2 guys working on the ship to get it for you. How come smuggling weapons is so difficult?
- 9 months ago
Customs would check it. Especially something like bananas.
- TorukoLv 610 months ago
Genius, you aren't. I've met several.
While paid to lock them into concrete
cages for most of their lifetime. I've
had an earful of past explanations.
Regarding how smuggling goes wrong.
You're just another person who has no
idea what the punishment will feel like.
I'm retired. Somebody besides me has
that paid pleasure.
- RaditzLv 610 months ago
Like the others said, any items that enters the docks from foreign countries needs to be inspected first.
And to make it worse, items like fruits/veggies/other live products needs to be quarantined & inspected thoroughly, since those things were highly suspectible to stuffs like disease that could infected the local vegetations.
So no, your "idea" in smuggling a mere gun was dumb and unreliable. It would be much cheaper and more efficient by buying it in countries near Australia, and then smuggling it via a small boat.
- D JLv 710 months ago
All containers are inspected when they arrive at their destination.
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- PearlLv 710 months ago
i wouldnt do it, you could end up in jail over that
- Anonymous10 months ago
Hello, this is the FBI. Would you please take a seat over there.