What does this have to do with the weird stories of gold and planes? Recently, a few tons of gold and silver bars smashed through the door of a cargo plane while taking off in Siberia, causing embarrassment to local authorities.
Now, in a rather bizarre Twitter moment, it has been revealed that a lot of gold smugglers flying in India are turning gold into a curious paste to protect the past. The “curious” does not do justice, can be fair. If the images are to be believed – and it is not yet clear if these can be verified – it appears that the paste looks less unnecessary and glossy, and instead looks more like a tiny creature of a deeper animal-like movement.
Nowadays people wonder how to smuggle! Hats off to the inventors!! – Anti-Boca @AbhimanyuKohli) July 22, 2018, the story goes like this: Hyderabad airport authorities arrested a man trying to smuggle one kg of gold in this horrific appearance. It is reported to be worth about $50,000.
All the information that everyone has to go to right now, but to be fair, was published in a handful of trusted outlets before the smuggling of gold in the form of a few pastes. Typically, gold “biscuits” are hidden in places like airplane toilets, but this effort is clearly not cut. Now, this seems to be a bit new, perhaps even AO-some chemical wizards are being deployed.
However, the insect behind the paste is still unclear. The Times of India reports that although many attempts have been made, the gold appears to have been crushed before the “anonymous paste” mixture. In some cases, it is hidden in polythene packages wrapped around the smugglers’ lower legs. In a case in mid-July, four smugglers carrying the paste were arrested at India’s Tiruchirappalli International Airport. Some poor people had to spend 10 hours separating the gold from the paste, the composition of which is currently being evaluated in lab tests.
In this case, it does not bother the Hyderabad airport authorities; instead, it prefers to burn their paste this latest story is courtesy of Asian News International, which – according to Media Bias / Fact Check Group – has a high standard of authentic reporting. This is only being mentioned because, on a spectacular level, it is hard to believe that the fecal-Esque mess before you possibly possessed such precious gold. Clearly, skepticism is proving somewhat difficult to dispel. Whether these images match any of the true-test gold or they are just a touch of dots.