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A mummified fetus has been discovered in the toilet of an airplane at the international airport of Madrid (file photo)

Mummified fetus is wrapped in cloth in an airplane toilet at the airport of Madrid

  • Fetus discovered in the toilet of an aircraft at terminal 4 of Madrid & # 39; s Barajas & # 39; Airport
  • Tests take place to see if it is a monkey, such as suspicious, or human
  • The police made a horrible find after the jet from Cuba hit the Spanish capital
  • Reportedly hidden in a piece of fabric in the room where the paper towels are in an airplane toilet
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A mummified fetus has been discovered in the toilet of an airplane at the international airport of Madrid.

The police found the horrific find on the plane at Barajas & Airport Terminal 4 after it was hit in Cuba in the Spanish capital.

Tests are now being conducted to confirm whether the fetus is that of a monkey, as researchers suspect or are human.

A mummified fetus has been discovered in the toilet of an airplane at the international airport of Madrid (file photo)

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A mummified fetus has been discovered in the toilet of an airplane at the international airport of Madrid (file photo)

The respected Spanish daily El Mundo said that researchers had doubts about the state in which it was.

It is said that it is hidden hidden in a piece of fabric in the room where the paper towels are left in flat toilets.

It is reportedly discovered during a routine police investigation. The airline concerned has not been mentioned.

None of the Guardia Civil in Madrid, the force that made the discovery, was immediately available for comment this afternoon / yesterday afternoon (FRI).

The intention is that the police force has questioned the flight crew, who have maintained that they have no idea how the fetus got on the plane.

They have also received a passenger list so that they can interview people on board the aircraft if necessary.

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A court in Madrid coordinates a legal issue.

Civil Guard officials have told the local press that they have not yet received a report from forensic experts confirming that the fetus is human or animal.

The discovery was made on July 3, but has just been announced.

Two Cuban-American OAPS were stopped at Miami Airport in March 2012 with two fetuses hidden in their luggage.

According to reports from that time, the 20-week-old human fetuses were used by priests practicing Santeria who developed in Cuba among West African descendants and literally the & # 39; worship of saints & # 39; means, but is sometimes called a form of Caribbean black magic.

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