Uranium In Kyrgyzstan

Two men bought a quarter-ton of depleted uranium in Kyrgyzstan and took it home, not knowing what it was. The fact that it gave off light didn't tip them off that it could be anything radioactive, but they wanted to sell it, so off to the analyst the material goes. Whoops -- smuggling radioactive material is illegal, so the police were understandably concerned. Being ignorant of its health danger, the guys get to go free, because you can't be a smuggler if you don't know what you're smuggling. Moral of the story: You can buy depleted uranium in Kyrgyzstan; my guess is it'll only cost you a couple vowels.

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