It doesn’t get any weirder than this folks.
A man who departed from Shenzhen was stopped at the Lo Wu Control Point upon entry to Hong Kong for a random inspection when two bottles of milky contents were confiscated, according to Ming Pao.
The bottles were both of 100ml each and were found wrapped in an ice pack. When asked what were the milky translucent contents of the bottles were, the man told the officials that the bottles contain human semen that he was instructed to deliver it to Hong Kong!
Most of us probably aren’t aware of this fact, (I mean, why would we be??) but to actually bring in human excreta, secretion, blood, or blood components to Hong Kong, one would require documentation that verifies and validates the import as stated by The Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance of Hong Kong.
And to be more specific, only licensed centres are able to export and dispatch semen, eggs, and embryos as stipulated under the Code of Practice on Reproductive Technology & Embryo Research in Hong Kong. This is to ensure the packaging and transportation of the sensitive products are within regulations and in a sanitized manner. So definitely not just wrapped in mushy ice packs.
So naturally without the proper paperwork from the Department of Health, the unauthorized sperms were confiscated by customs officers bringing the bizarre incident to an end.
I think the real question is, who was it to fit in sperms amounting to at least 100ml and what for? Eeeeek!
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