• Girl, 9, gets through Turkish customs with unicorn passport


    (MyFoxBoston.com) – A little girl was allegedly able to dupe a Turkish customs official with a fake passport, which was covered in gold teddy bears and identified her as a unicorn.

    According to The Sun, Emily Harris used a passport she had created for her toy unicorn Lily at a control stand in Antalya, Turkey and was granted access to the country.

    Emily's mother accidentally handed the wrong passport to the customs official; however, instead of noticing the falsified passport, the border staff gave it his stamp of approval.

    Nicky, Emily's mother, was stunned and told the newspaper that the passport did not even look real, nor was it the standard size.

    Possibly the most shocking detail is that the picture identification was of a pink unicorn, not Emily. The unicorn wasn't even on the trip, reports the newspaper.

    For more information: The Sun

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