An attempt to smuggle sex enhancement products into Singapore has been foiled by the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA).
On Mar. 22. ICA officers at the Airport Logistics Park Singapore, Air Cargo Command, noticed anomalies in the x-ray images of packages declared as “medical foods” and “cosmetic products”.
According to a Facebook post by ICA, physical checks revealed that the packages were actually 50,000 capsules and 3,000 tubes of sex enhancement products.
Images showed that they included boxes of "intimate gel" adorned with the image of a Playboy-esque bunny, and "food supplements" that claim to be "for promotion of male sexual function".
"This method of concealment is a cause for concern as similar methods may be used by people with ill intent to smuggle security items into Singapore," wrote ICA.
The case was referred to the Health Sciences Authority for further investigation.
Top image from ICA's Facebook page