and this should include Krispy Kreme donuts
Maybe it's a flight to PER?I must admit thats a peeve of mine too. WTF? you can buy them at any 711 or a choice of thousands of servos, so why do you need to take them on a bloody aeroplane? Bit different 10 years ago when they were hard to get (I still never took them)
At least with the store in ADL it means I don't have to buy and carry the bl%%dy things when I head back there to visit family.So are you going to camp out for 4 days so you can be the first one in the door to buy a doughnut like some guy in ADL did?
IN the SIN boarding lounge for our EK flight to BNE we saw a tourist coming-in bringing a nice pack of KK for his guests. He was carrying it as hand luggage.No KK in Perth currently, the first store opens in 4 days .....
If he declared the KK's, why wouldn't they be let through?IN the SIN boarding lounge for our EK flight to BNE we saw a tourist coming-in bringing a nice pack of KK for his guests. He was carrying it as hand luggage.
It could be that he was going to enjoy them on the 7hr 50 min flight or it could be that he was going to be donating them to the quarantine bins at BNE upon arrival.
I'm pretty sure they wouldn't let them in, would they?
Seriously - I ticked "food" on the form, told them what I had, and when they asked about the lettuce, pulled the bag out to show them they were just ordinary unfilled bread bagels, but they weren't interested and told me to go through. I had thought they'd probably want to ditch them, and only brought them back because they were very yummy gluten free bagels (I haven't found better ones here). It was only one pack that I'd bought for brekky while I was there and hadn't used, so I wouldn't have been *too* upset if they had to be thrown out.:shock: