Over the years, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents have confiscated charred monkeys, cocaine hidden inside the cavity of fully cooked chickens and giant African land snails at Washington Dulles International Airport.
Now, they can add horse genitals to that list.
CBP confiscated 42 pounds of horsemeat, including 13 pounds of horse genitals, Jan. 29 from two women traveling from Mongolia.
During a routine agricultural examination, CBP specialists found the horsemeat, which was hidden inside juice boxes, other ruminant meat and 3 liters of yak milk. One woman said the meat was for medicinal purposes.
Horsemeat can only enter the country when it is...