How should we declare our former dog?

To: The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service
From: tim.fredriksson@gmail.com
Date: 04/28/2010 05:27 PM

Hi down under,

I am Tim Fredriksson from Sweden. Soon me and my family are planing to visit Australia. One of our main goals with the trip is to bury our beloved dog (a charming border collie named Wilsson) at the beautiful Ayers Rock. In his 12 year long life WIlsson really loved nature so we know that he will find peace in a scenic place as Ayers Rocks.

However, one questions:

1) What is the correct way to declare the remains of Wilsson at the custom? What kind of good is he considered to be? (He is not cremated, but well concealed in plastic bags in order to avoid bad smells). I have watched all the episodes of "Border Security : Australia's Front Line", so I'm very concerned that I declare all my goods correct now when I'm go visit your country.

Best regards,
Tim Fredriksson with family


To: tim.fredriksson@gmail.com
From: The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service
Date: 04/29/2010 03:21 PM


With respect to our Indigenous communities culture and law I can confidently assure you that you will be unable to perform this type of activity within or at the location of Uluru (Ayres Rock).


Senior Customs Officer

Customs Information and Support Centre CE&CS
Australian Customs and Border Protection Service 

2 kommentarer:

  1. How do you think this stuff up?

  2. I was thinking the same thing. Are you being for real about your dead dog? If so, I am sorry about your dog passing but I couldn't come up the idea of a funeral for a dog in other country.