Indian passenger caught smuggling $56,000 of gold in his rectum

He was sitting on a goldmine.

A man was busted smuggling nearly 2 pounds of gold paste in his rectum at an airport in India — one of at least three cases of people stuffing the precious metal up their rumps in the region in the past year, according to reports.

Mohammad Sharif was at the Imphal Airport in Manipur headed to New Delhi Monday when an officer noticed his “suspicious movements” and began questioning him, the Central Industrial Security Force said in a press release.

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The officer took him to a medical exam room for an X-ray and allegedly found the treasure — valued at $56,000 — buried in his colon, according to the agency, which released the jaw-dropping X-ray.


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