Chinese rhino horn smugglers walk into South African police station and get deported
Top society and culture news for February 3, 2017. Part of the daily SupChina news roundup "Self-taught villager wins lawsuit against chemicals company."
Chinese duo caught with rhino horn and ivory fined and deported / News 24
Two Chinese tourists in Cape Town, South Africa, left a backpack full of illegal rhino horn and ivory worth about $5,000 in a restaurant. When they returned to retrieve it, they were directed to the local police station, where the restaurant staff had sent the backpack. Unfortunately for the would-be rhino horn smugglers, the police had discovered the contraband inside the bag, and the pair were fined and deported.
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