A passenger was arrested in possession of bulbs with spy cameras,...

A passenger was arrested in possession of bulbs with spy cameras,...
A passenger was arrested in possession of bulbs with spy cameras,...
Cairo International Airport customs authorities seized an Egyptian passenger in possession of a prohibited sword, and another passenger from East Asian countries in possession of 12 light bulbs equipped with hidden voyeur and spy cameras.

The beginning During the completion of the customs procedures for the passengers of the Lebanese plane coming from Beirut, Ahmed Hamdi Al-Jawadi, the head of the department, stopped one of the passengers as he was trying to get out of the customs committee gate. He searched his bags on the x-ray machine by Youssef Massad Minshawi, the customs officer, and noticed that there was a metal object inside one of the bags. Ahmed Abu Bakr Fouad, the director of the movement supervising the arrival hall in Terminal No. 2, commissioned the customs officer, Walaa Muhammad Farghali, to manually search the passenger’s bags, which resulted in the seizure of a sword prohibited in his possession in accordance with Law No. 394 of 1954, according to Lt. Col. Michel Nabil of the Civil Protection Police Department.

In the second case, during the completion of the customs procedures for the passengers of the Etihad Airways company coming from Abu Dhabi, Tamer Adel Ahmed, head of the department, stopped one of the passengers while he was trying to get out of the customs committee gate and searched his bags on the X-ray machine by Ahmed Salah Rizk and Muhammad Muwafi. Mahmoud Abdel-Nabi Abbas, the director of the movement supervising the arrival hall, assigned Ahmed Atallah Abdel-Tawab, the customs officer, to search the passenger’s bags manually, which resulted in the seizure of 12 lamps equipped with hidden cameras for eavesdropping and spying, the possession of which is prohibited according to the military governor’s decision No. 3 of 1988.

Lieutenant-Colonel Amr Negm from the Civil Protection Police Department also stated that Ahmed Abdel Fattah Taha, Director of the Customs Department, ordered the preparation of a customs seizure report against the first passenger, and ordered Zakaria Hassaballah, Director of the Customs Department, to write a customs seizure report against the second passenger after presenting to Dr. Maged Moussa, Director General of Airport Customs. Cairo International, which referred the two passengers to the competent prosecution for investigation.

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