This story brings a new meaning to 'crocodile boots' - a 35-year-old man was fined for bringing a live crocodile onto a plane by smuggling it in his boot.
The man bought it from a crocodile park in the Northern Territory of Australia, where they have lax reptile-buying laws. If you want a massive, flesh-hungry crocodile there, you can get one.
The rest of the country doesn't have quite so liberal an attitude to people purchasing dangerous reptiles, so the man had to try to smuggle it into Queensland if he wanted to travel there with his pet.
The baby crocodile was hidden in one of his boots, which was inside his suitcase, that was stored in the plane's baggage hold.