A seeker was held at a Las Vegas air terminal after security screeners found a dead cougar in his baggage.
The unidentified man was returning home from a chasing trip when Transportation Security Administration specialists found the corpse just before 10 p.m. Tuesday, as indicated by Metropolitan Police Lt. David Gordon, the Review Journal detailed.
The cougar was labeled by Utah State Fish and Game, however TSA operators needed to hold the man at McCarran International Airport to affirm the legitimacy of the tag.
Air terminal representative Melissa Nunnery told the Associated Press the man wound up delivery the cougar body home as opposed to transporting it on the plane.
The man was not accused of a wrongdoing — it isn’t unlawful to transport lawfully had diversion on carrier flights. Be that as it may, Gordon brings up, aircrafts may decline to transport certain things in view of organization arrangements.