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Two human fetuses imported from Cuba

You have no choice but to file this one under WTF?

Via NBC6 Miami:

Women Traveled With Human Fetuses From Havana

Neither woman was charged

Two human fetuses were found in a jar carried by two women at Miami International Airport, according to Miami-Dade spokesman Roy Rutland.

The women were returning home from Havana, Cuba, on Jan. 30 when U.S. Customs and Border Protection saw the fetuses in the clear jar.

The fetuses, one male and one female, were supposed to be delivered to a Miami resident for Santería purposes, according to The Miami Herald.

Rutland said that a medical examiner determined the 20-week-old fetuses were stillborn and that there was no foul play involved.

Neither of the women was arrested.

2 comments to Two human fetuses imported from Cuba

  • Lynx

    Gee, I reckon that this fits right under the people to people contact idea, those santeria priests have rights too you know.

  • asombra

    Welcome to the third world, which is obviously present in Miami, not just in Cuba. Is this progress or what? Vamos bien.