Canada Has a Problem with Luggage Stickers Depicting Cocaine, Kidnapped Stewardesses

Sex Toy Stickers Are Not Welcome, Either

Canada has a problem with luggage stickers depicting:

  • bricks of cocaine
  • kidnapped flight attendants
  • sex toys
  • wads of presumably illicit cash

The Ministry of Transport spat the dummy when it found out about the somewhat-provocative luggage stickers, and promptly banned them.

Canada needs to lighten up, but, until the land of moose, maple syrup and Japandroids does so, thecheeky.com will no longer ship its eyebrow-raising luggage stickers to Canada.

Come on. I mean, I think most airport security staff are idiots, too, but am willing to concede that they can tell the difference between an actual kidnapped stewardess and a sticker depicting a kidnapped stewardess.

‘The full force of the law’ is too strong a statement to risk and we hope that at some point the Government will look around the world at some other reactions and re-consider their position.

thecheeky.com Stops Sales of Suitcase Stickers In Canada

Below is the bales-of-coke sticker. Or is it a sticker of a photo of a sticker depicting cocaine? Canada can’t tell the difference, apparently.

About Jordan

Jordan Matthew Yerman started writing during his third year of high school, where his teacher discouraged his use of the eff-word as "crude, unnecessary and uncouth". While attending UC San Diego for his degree in Political Science, Jordan picked up acting; he would later attend the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, living in the UK for four years before relocating to New York City. To get by, he has worked as a proofreader, model, technical consultant, HR trainer, sign-placer, sales director, crate stacker, bartender, photographer, real estate broker, and as an exhibit at the Bronx Museum. As an actor, Jordan has performed in the USA, England, Scotland, Germany, Belgium, and Netherlands, from stage to indie screen to voiceover, including London's West End. Jordan has been around the world 2 3/4 times. He currently lives in Vancouver and works in New Media; capital N, capital M. You can reach him via jordan at international jet trash dot com.