Woman Busted Smuggling Gold from HK to Shenzhen in Her Bra

May 22, 2013 By eChinacities.com Comments (4)     Add your comment Newsletter

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Only last month did we hear about a fellow from Hong Kong trying to smuggle gold into the Mainland via Shenzhen, and after his ploy involving hiding the precious metal in his shoes failed, it seemed smuggling gold into the Mainland was all but an impossible affair.

That bust wasn’t enough to discourage a woman named Yu from taking a crack at it though apparently! On May 10, likely in an attempt to take advantage of the recent drop in gold prices, Ms Yu stuffed three gold bars (weighing 3 kg) into her bra as she went through Shenzhen customs at Shatoujiao. However, customs officials noticed that her facial expressions and movements were suspicious, and a quick metal detector scan found that she was hiding bullions in her bra.

Currently, the law states that a maximum of 50 grams of gold can be carried through customs into the Mainland.

See also: HK Rumor Blames Deflation of Giant Rubber Duck on Mainlanders’ Cigarettes

Source: Want China Times

Keywords: smuggle gold from HK smuggle gold into the Mainland

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4 Comments ( Add your comment )

1
ambivalentmace
comment|37445|93487

finally something to put it all the padded empty bras in china, is the gold in those hills.

May 22, 2013 16:36
2
Nessquick
comment|37480|103576

Yep ! :-)

May 23, 2013 12:14
3
DaqingDevil
comment|37460|58569

Oh! What a nice set of 'bullions' you have!

May 22, 2013 23:13
4
chamaflauge
comment|37471|5280

Why does gold have to be smuggled?

May 23, 2013 06:31

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