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At Munich Airport: Officials make explosive discoveries in a passenger's suitcase

2020-02-16T21:41:48.702Z

At Munich Airport, customs in the case of a 27-year-old Chinese woman made an enormous discovery. You must now face serious consequences.



At Munich Airport, customs in the case of a 27-year-old Chinese woman made an enormous discovery. You must now face serious consequences.

  • Customs officials at Munich Airport made an incredible find.
  • It was about the contents of a suitcase of a 27 year old Chinese woman.
  • The woman now faces serious consequences.

Munich Airport - In the case of a 27-year-old Chinese woman , customs made an unbelievable find at Munich Airport on Friday (February 7). She had a huge amount of cash in her luggage.

The Chinese woman , who was a waitress, carried 320,000 euros in 50 euro bills. The money was found in her suitcase wrapped in plastic wrap . The notes were hidden in sealed coffee, biscuit and chip packaging.

Munich Airport: In the suitcase of a traveler: officials make an enormous discovery

According to the main customs office in Munich , the woman did not provide any information about the purpose of the money she carried at Munich Airport *. The money was saved. The investigation is still ongoing.

As reported by the main customs office in Munich after the find at Munich Airport *, cash worth EUR 10,000 or more must be declared in writing to customs when traveling to a third country (country outside the European Union). Since cash movements are necessary for various crimes, such as money laundering or terrorist financing, these declarations are used to detect or prevent such crimes, the customs office continues.

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Munich Airport: Woman faces severe punishment after being found in suitcase

If cash with a value of 10,000 euros or higher is not registered, it is an administrative offense. The fines to be expected for this can be extremely high: such an offense can be fined up to one million euros .

The text of the main customs office

“Last Friday, customs at Munich Airport secured a 27-year-old Chinese woman in a suitcase.

The customs officers at Munich Airport asked the waitress for a check. They then made a large cash find in their suitcase wrapped with green plastic protective film: the 27-year-old lady had hidden 320,000 euros in 50 euro bills in sealed coffee, biscuit and chip packaging. The lady gave no information about the purpose. The money was saved. The Munich Customs Investigation Office is now conducting the further investigations. "

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Storm depression Sabine also caused impairments at Munich Airport. 80 flights were canceled within a few hours. And not only the air traffic was affected by the hurricane. Classes did not take place in Bavaria on Monday * either. And that's not all: In view of the weather, Deutsche Bahn also took extensive precautionary measures. Long-distance transport was stopped nationwide on Sunday evening. Regional traffic in Bavaria largely came to a standstill on Monday *.

Munich Airport has many reviews *. Travelers have already given the most curious reviews on Google - positive and negative.

* Merkur.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-Digital editors center.

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Source: merkur

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