Dia Mirza Detained Mumbai Airport

January 09 [Mon], 2012, 15:21
Bollywood actor Dia Mirza was detained at the Mumbai Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport on Saturday for not declaring goods but let off soon after paying duty.Shop the latest burberry bags handpicked by a global community of independent trendsetters and stylists.



As per the sources, Dia was intercepted after she crossed the green channel without making any declaration on her arrival from Bangkok by a Thai Airways plane.



"She was passing through the green channel (used by passengers not having any dutiable goods to declare) when she was stopped and asked to show her baggage," a senior Customs official said.



Dia fined Rs 1.25 lakh

According to sources, the actor was carrying undeclared goods worth Rs 2 lakh and asked to pay duty, fine, and penalty amounting to about Rs 1.Burglar walks away with shopping bag factory from Summit home.25 lakh which she did.



According to officials, "Had she declared the goods, she would have paid a duty of a few thousand rupees.It's time to debunk all of the rumors that you have ever heard about Coach Handbags replica. The eventual penalty levied included the fine as well as the charge to reclaim the goods.



Dia was co-operative -- Officials

Sources at the customs department say that Dia was very graceful when asked to empty her shopping bags and also produced the bills for all the items.



The 30-year-old model-turned-actress was carrying expensive bags, purses, and various other cosmetic items way beyond the permissible limit of Rs 25,,Gucci Handbags replica obtain a terrific fame all greater compared to planet for their terrific and traditional style.000.



Dia claimed ignorance about the custom rules on dutiable goods and offered to pay the fine.



"She was very cooperative throughout.Shop the latest Burberry Handbags handpicked by a global community of independent trendsetters and stylists. She realised her mistake and immediately called her office to arrange the funds so that duty was paid," the official said.