Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Coffins used to smuggle people into Britain

Sapa-AP | 31 October, 2012 10:34 File photo of a coffin. Image by: Marianne Pretorius British border officials have detained three people who tried to enter the country illegally by hiding in a truck full of coffins. SAVE & SHARE 0 inShare EMAILPRINT The Border Force says a sniffer dog found the three Eritrean nationals among dozens of boxed coffins in the vehicle, which was from Bulgaria. The would-be migrants were not inside the coffins. Officials say that the three were found Monday at the port of Dunkerque in northern France, where the truck was waiting to board a ferry to Britain. They have been handed over to French border police. The coffins were bound for a funeral director in west London. Border officials said Wednesday the discovery was unusual, but they added that in the past the force had found people hiding in strange places, such as in shipments of dog biscuits and bathtubs. Times Live - File photo of a coffin. Image by: Marianne Pretorius - - - - - COMMENTS BY SONNY This method is as old as DEATH itself. People used to smuggle illegal aliens and terrorists from Mozambique to South Africa in Ice Cream Trucks! They used to pad them in 'cotton wool' and when the trucks were delayed at the border, they ended up STIFFS! HAPPY HALLOWEEN

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