Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. N.Z. Customs found an increasing level of smuggled amphetamines on the 7 mil. people it efficiently processed last year. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 20 October 2001.
Reference Number: DX-023-196
The scene is in an arrivals hall. Passengers are being processed by Customs by being suspended upside down on a conveyor belt so that illegal substances drop out of their clothes onto a lower conveyor belt. A customs officer is calling for larger wheelbarrows as another officer wheels away an overloaded barrow.
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