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Breakfast burger caught at customs

Breakfast burger caught at customs

After traveling from Bali, Indonesia, to Australia, a passenger had to pay a hefty sum after bringing two breakfast burgers from McDonald’s.

A passenger was fined A$2,664, roughly 18,000 Norwegian kroner, after two eggs, beef sausage McMuffins and a pork croissant were found in a person’s luggage upon arrival at Darwin airport last week, he writes. CNN.

stricter measures

The accident occurred days after the Australian authorities intervened Strict new biosecurity measures for travelers from Indonesiaas a result of an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in Indonesia and spread to Bali, a popular destination for Australian tourists.

to me FHI Foot and mouth disease is a disease of animals. Although very few animals die from the disease, it is highly contagious and can lead to significant production losses for farmers and agriculture.

According to Australian authorities, the disease can also be transmitted in meat and dairy products, as well as on clothing, shoes or even the luggage of people who have come into contact with infected animals.

The most expensive meal

Australia’s Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry said customs dog Zinta had discovered a “chain of unauthorized hazardous products”, including fast food items, in passengers’ backpacks.

“This will be the most expensive McDonald’s meal this passenger has ever had,” said Murray Watt, Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. in the current situation:

– This fine is double the price of a plane ticket to Bali, but I don’t sympathize with people who choose to disobey Australia’s strict biosecurity measures, it means you will be arrested.