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World's Strangest Illegal Souvenirs

Wear, admire, or consume them overseas—but don’t even think about bringing these souvenirs home.

Haggis

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The national dish of Scotland, haggis is a sausage made by shoving a sheep’s heart, liver, lungs, and fat into its stomach, adding onions, oatmeal, and various spices, and then simmering the combination for three hours. Whether you intend to eat the result or force-feed it to your captured enemies, don’t try to bring it into the U.S., which bans any food made from lungs.

World's Strangest Illegal Souvenirs

Haggis

The national dish of Scotland, haggis is a sausage made by shoving a sheep’s heart, liver, lungs, and fat into its stomach, adding onions, oatmeal, and various spices, and then simmering the combination for three hours. Whether you intend to eat the result or force-feed it to your captured enemies, don’t try to bring it into the U.S., which bans any food made from lungs.

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