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"KFC Meal" Denied A Right To Board A Plane

An unusual KFC meal was denied a right to enter the plane in China.

 The states media reports that a KFC burger was rejected by a security check system after its owner put it through and when the officials opened it they found a tortoise inside.

Security staff at Baiyun airport in the southern city of Guangzhou saw "suspicious corners" on X-ray images of a bag passing through security, the Guangzhou Daily reported.

They asked the passenger, identified only by his surname Li, to open the bag.

Li initially insisted there was "nothing but a burger" inside, but after persistent questioning admitted the KFC package contained a tortoise, it said.

He said he came up with the trick because he wanted to travel with his "beloved tortoise", the report added.

Chinese use the same character to refer to tortoises, turtles and terrapins and it was not clear what precise type of chelonian was involved.

Li had to leave the animal with a friend and fly to Beijing alone, the newspaper said.

China strengthened air security and banned passengers from carrying liquids exceeding certain limits on domestic flights in 2008 after it foiled an alleged attempt to deliberately crash a plane flying to

Beijing from Urumqi, capital of the restive northwestern region of Xinjiang.

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