What the Authorities Do With All the Smuggled Contraband Food They Find at JFK Airport

(via) This short film from Business Insider answers some burning questions: “Why did that nosy dog in New York steal the chorizo from my suitcase? Why did she give them to that mean man who gave me a $1,000 ticket? And what, pray, will become of their unparalleled deliciousness?”

At NYC’s John F. Kennedy Airport, 1,000 bags an hour are checked for narcotics and illicit food. Customs and Border Patrol officials are tasked with stopping these goods from entering the United States.

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