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A Man Tried To Smuggle Four Kittens Into Singapore In His Pants!

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A man entering Singapore thought he could get away with the purr-fect crime, but unfortunately this purr-partrator got his paws caught.

Singapore authorities recently arrested a man who was caught smuggling four kittens in his pants as he tried to make his way into the country from Malaysia.

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According to a statement on its Facebook page, the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority in Singapore said that its officers were prompted to conduct further checks when they heard “meowing” sounds coming from a 45-year-old Singaporean man with a large bulge in his pants.

The Facebook post warns “Trying to get past fur-midable officers? Impawsible.”

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The kittens were then taken away from the man and are now under the care and quarantine of the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA).

The post warns that “smuggled animals are of unknown health status and may introduce exotic diseases, such as rabies, to Singapore.” Under the country’s Animals and Birds Act, importation of such animals without a licence is illegal and carries a maximum penalty of a $10,000 (RM30,325) fine, imprisonment for up to a year, or both.

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Although it is a serious offence, many can’t help but to laugh at the paw-sitively hilarious predicament!

We hope the man has learnt his lesson from this cat-astrophe!

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