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Private hide iPhone in wheelchair
On August 23, according to Shenzhen Customs, the customs office of Huanggang Customs seized a Hong Kong passenger at the entry site of Futian Port and used a wheelchair to hide 324 old iPhone cases. The case value was about RMB 600,000. The current case is handled by the anti-smuggling department.
At 2 o'clock on the afternoon of August 21, the customs officers of Huanggang Customs conducted a self-picking investigation at the arrival hall of Futian Port, and listed a Hong Kong passenger in the 20-year-old who took the electric wheelchair as the key inspection object. "There were not many passengers at the time. He had no luggage and the car was very new, but the speed was slow." When the value officer Xiao Gao said. Subsequently, the customs officer took the passenger into the inspection area and inspected the wheelchair.
"It’s so heavy, one person can’t lift it. This wheelchair has a major ‘overload’ suspicion.” Xiao Gao told the reporter that the two customs officers put the wheelchair on the X-ray machine and found that the wheelchair’s battery box was abnormal. After further inspection, the battery box was turned into a dense and neatly discharged old iPhone of various models, and the original battery was replaced with a very small "mini" battery. "It's no wonder that the speed of the car is so slow, and the overload is not enough," said the duty officer.
According to statistics, a total of 324 old iPhones of various models were seized in the battery box, and the initial value of the case was estimated to be about RMB 600,000. According to the customs, this is also the case in which the Huanggang Customs seized the largest number of personal smuggled mobile phones and the largest case.
Tips: Wheelchairs are an aid to help people with disabilities, not a tool to evade taxes！