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Airline Employee Finds Box of Human Heads

samzenpus posted more than 4 years ago | from the check-your-head dept.

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A package containing 40-60 human heads caused some concern to the Southwest Airlines employee who found them. The package was unlabeled and was supposed to be delivered to a Fort Worth medical research company. From the article: "The heads were being transported to the Fort Worth office of Medtronic, a leading medical research and technology company based in Minnesota. Medtronic spokesman Brian Henry said it is common to ship body parts for medical education and research, but he said it is rare for a shipment to be seized."

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3 comments

With apologies (1)

BraksDad (963908) | more than 4 years ago | (#32615790)

I swear heads will roll for this mistake!

Re:With apologies (1)

BraksDad (963908) | more than 4 years ago | (#32615824)

And again... I am truly sorry:

Excuse me. Where did you say thid was headed?

What's the big deal? (1)

goontz (1441623) | more than 4 years ago | (#32619934)

Nothing to lose your head over!
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