Democratic People's Republic of Highton, Victoria, Australia
Originally Posted by TheFlyingCamera
It would just take one clever individual to toss it in a bag, hop a cheap flight to Bangkok, and sell it there, even at a deep discount, to more than recoup the cost of the plane ticket. And in a foreign country, it'd be more likely to pass it off as not stolen.
Yes, and in Thailand, those not clued up with the real deal of cameras would happily think the various cameras and lenses were good quality fakes.
Getting the kitty past the inquisitive eyes and noses of Customs here in Australia would be the first hurdle.
.::Gary Rowan Higgins
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a thousand hours of therapy.
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