The craze for iPhone will never die in China. At least not in near future. The demand is high but the supply is less. Thus, smugglers prefer to sell iPhones, bringing them illegally.
M.I.C gadget reported an interesting story regarding a recent smuggling bust that took place at the Sha Tau Kok border in Southern China. Here, Chinese officials seized hundreds of iPhones from a woman traveling from Hong Kong to Shenzhen.
The Customs agents found the iPhones hidden inside 25 ounce solid glass beer bottles. You must be wondering how the smugglers manage to pull this off. This video explains:
This video shows Chinese officials removing iPhones from the inside of glass bottles. Apparently the smugglers used to cut these bottles in half, without cracking them, put the handsets inside, and then perfectly resealed them with transparent tape. Wow.
More than 200 iPhones were seized. It seems smuggling business must be getting rough these days, considering the fact, who would cut and reseal 200 bottles.
Source: iDownload Blog