Authorities found a speck of cannabis weighing 0.003grams stuck to the bottom of his shoe which was not readily visible to the naked eye.
"Customs authorities are using highly sensitive new equipment to conduct extremely thorough searches on travellers and if they find any amount - no matter how minute - it will be enough to attract a mandatory four-year prison sentence."
"We even have reports of the imprisonment of a Swiss man for 'possession' of three poppy seeds on his clothing after he ate a bread roll at Heathrow.
New Zealand is a signatory to the Single Convention that gives licence to this 'human rights abuse'.
Labels: Border Control, Customs, Human Rights, Illegal drug trade, Single Convention, United Arab Emirates