Well, there's nothing controversial about this travel ban: I'm sorry, but you simply can't bring a suitcase full of overseas wild animal genitalia into this country.

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Customs and Border Protection officers at Washington Dulles International Airport were doing a routine agricultural inspection a few weeks ago. When they examined a suitcase that two women had brought with them on a flight from Mongolia, they hit the jackpot.

And by "jackpot," I mean the women had 13 pounds of horse genitalia.

The women claimed it was for medicinal purposes, and that may or may not have been true, but you still aren't allowed to bring it into the country.

The big risk from smuggled horse meat is that it could be contaminated with foot and mouth disease, which could spread to animals here. So all of those horse genitals were destroyed.

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