Before two men attempted to board a flight at Baiyun International
Airport in Guangzhou, the security official spotted a large ornament in
one of their bags which was revealed to be a tiger sculpture containing
wine purporting to have aphrodisiac properties. Such wine often contains
parts of endangered species but is commonly available in China for
people to buy for its reputed side effects.
Rather than wasting expensive alcohol, two
Chinese air passengers downed an entire bottle of aphrodisiac wine after
being stopped by security, reported online news source the Shanghaiist.