Wednesday, March 18, 2015

When TSA noticed a strange object inside a bag in their X-Ray machine, they never expected it to be this.

A desperate woman in Papua New Guinea tried to smuggle her two month-old baby out of the country in her backpack when she didn’t have the necessary papers to bring the infant out of the Philippines.


The mother has been identified as Jennifer Pavolaurea, 25, a nursing student and single mother. According to Daily Mail, the baby was asleep when TSA agents opened the bag.

Pavolaurea was detained and eventually admitted to not having papers for her baby. The mother was later allowed to leave the airport, and no charges were filed.

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