That’s a lot of pork! A traveller entering Canada got slapped with a pretty hefty fine after they were found to be smuggling 9.5 kilograms of pork across the border.\nIn a notice shared on Tuesday, January 19, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency shared some details about the super-meaty discovery.\nEditor's Choice: Justin Trudeau Is Urging Canadians To Cancel Their Upcoming Vacations Abroad\n\nWow! 9.5kg of smuggled pork was found by @CanBorder #DetectorDog Olga in the lining of a suitcase. The traveller was issued the max monetary penalty for their undeclared pork products. Reminder: Don’t pack pork! You could bring #AfricanSwineFever to Canada. #k9 #dogswithjobs pic.twitter.com/Je3POY944h— Canadian Food Inspection Agency (@InspectionCan) January 19, 2021\n\nThe federal agency explained that 9.5 kilograms of “smuggled pork” had been discovered by a Canadian detector dog named Olga in the lining of a suitcase.\n“The traveller was issued the max monetary penalty for their undeclared pork products,” reads the tweet.\nAccording to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), the maximum penalty for bringing undeclared meat into Canada is $1,300. \nSmuggling goods like pork could even lead to prosecution!\nPacking pig products is dangerous, says the CBSA, because it could bring African Swine Fever into Canada.\nIt’s a “highly-contagious viral disease of pigs (including farm, pets and wild pigs). It causes significant death rates in infected pigs and can contaminate swine herds in various ways,” explains the agency’s website.\nBest to leave all your sausages at home next time, eh?\n*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.