Border Patrol Seizes 3,614 Dangerous Hair Dryers at Port of Miami
You can thank U.S. Costums and Border Patrol for the fact that you won't blow your face off next time you're trying to blow your weave out. The Department of Homeland Security agency recently seized a shipment of potentially killer hair dryers at the Port of Miami.
Recently seized hair dryers.
"Ensuring the safety of imported merchandise is a top priority for CBP," said Allen Gina, CBP's assistant commissioner for international trade said in a release. "The concerted targeting efforts of CTAC and the vigilance of CBP officers at our ports of entry will help ensure that products like hair dryers are safe for consumers and that substandard product from overseas does not reach store shelves."
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