CBP confiscates a “suspicious” human brain specimen

Nearly all of us have desired to share hearts on Valentine’s Day, but never thought of sharing a brain. On Feb. 14, the routine checking discovered a suspicious shipment labeled as “Antique Teaching Specimen”. The custom’s and border protection CBP has blocked a Canada post truck while it was passing through the border into Port Huron.
Came out it was a human brain in a jar with no paperwork or documentation, as reported by the CBP in a news release.
The public affairs officer beside CBP, Kris Grogan, verified to the news agency that the specimen was present in the Canada post truck.
The Canada post clarification was a little ambiguous. “We cannot confirm whether the vehicle transporting the item was carrying Canada Post product without the specific trailer number of the vehicle”, the Canada post stated.
The suspicious specimen found in the Canada post truck was off to Kenosha, Wis from Toronto. The Mason jar was pointed out while the truck was stopped for checking.
Michael Fox, the area port director assumed in the release “Individuals looking to import shipments such as this, need to remember that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has a strict Import Permit Program that must be adhered to”.
Further “This is just another great example of just one of the many things CBP officers do to protect our nation on a daily basis”.
Grogan told they found “a lot of interesting things” moving across the border.
He said “I can’t recall a brain, to be honest” while talking to the London free press “There’s always something”.
As per reports, it was the first time anything like human brain was detained by the Port Huron.
The publication reported, five jars of ancient mummy linens were discovered by the officers.–Worldwide News

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