Enthusiasts Ain. They hide 60 kg of spring rolls instead of their spare wheel and are caught by Swiss customs
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A French woman and a Vietnamese resident in Geneva (Switzerland) were checked by customs on Tuesday February 16 at Ferney-Voltaire (Ain). A total of 61.5 kg of spring rolls were found in the spare wheel compartment of their car. The couple, who were leaving French territory, had to post a bond while waiting to be fined.
Swiss customs officers checked a couple of restaurateurs on Tuesday February 16 in the border town of( ). 61.5 kg of spring rolls were found in the car of the two Geneva residents, reports .
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The goods were concealed in the compartment which is normally used to store the spare wheel. A hiding place that is well known to customs. When questioned, the Frenchwoman and the Vietnamese, who left French territory to return to Geneva, had nevertheless assured that they had nothing to declare, specifiesPoultry spring rolls destroyed .
These latter will be fined for transporting these poultry spring rolls illegally. While waiting to pay a fine for violating VAT and customs law, they had to pay a deposit of several thousand Swiss francs.
The Federal Customs Administration said in a statement that the Asian scrolls were seized and then destroyed. It must be said that the “food merchandise transport conditions” did not really meet the standards.
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