Customs dog finds passenger carrying €16,500 in undeclared cash

Peter, the Customs dog has managed to find a passenger travelling to Istanbul from Malta International Airport, who was carrying €16,500 in undeclared cash.

In a statement, Customs said that as passengers who were travelling were being screened, the Customs dog indicated something suspicious.

When questioned, the passenger said that he had €5,000 on him, but when they searched his belongings they found €16,540.

The passenger agreed to an-out-of-Court settlement and was fined according to law.

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