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Sylvester Stallone's plane checked by customs officers before leaving Australia, his publicist says



Australian customs officials searched Sylvester Stallone's hotel room and private jet before the actor left Australia, where he had spent the weekend on a promotional tour, Stallon's publicist confirmed Tuesday.


"When leaving Australia they checked his room, his limo and his plane. They didn't find anything," Stallone's Los Angeles-based publicist, Paul Bloch, said Tuesday.

A Sydney newspaper, The Daily Telegraph, had reported, without citing sources, that Stallone's plane was searched on the tarmac at Sydney's airport on Monday. The news report said the search of the actor's hotel room and private jet came three days after banned substances were seized from Stallone's entourage as he arrived for a promotional tour.

Officials are still examining substances collected from Stallone's entourage to determine whether further action would be taken, the newspaper said.

Bloch said Stallone, 60, arrived in Australia by commercial plane Friday to promote his latest film, "Rocky Balboa," and officials examined his luggage.


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"There was a minor misunderstanding," Bloch said. "They were doing their job. He didn't know the rules in Australia."

Bloch said he did not know what authorities were looking for or what, if anything, was confiscated.

Stallone and several people traveling with him were detained after their arrival Friday. Richard Janeczko, national investigations manager of Australian Customs Service, said some contraband items were taken, but did not identify them.

The actor-director left Monday for Thailand to work on the fourth installment of the "Rambo" movie series.

"Sly said the customs people were very polite. They could not have been nicer. They were being careful of everyone coming in. He had a lot of luggage with him because he was going on to shoot in Thailand," Bloch said. "Sly reiterated they were respectful and said it was a very good stay in Australia."

"They never indicated what they were looking for," Bloch said. "He thought they were just doing their job properly."

Besides illicit drugs, Australia prohibits the unlicensed importation of a wide range of steroids and performance-enhancing substances for sporting use. Penalties for possession of such substances can range from fines to prison terms.







.... and i bet i know who theses where ALL for!!!!

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Guest R@ndomH3ro

Say it aint so.....The Italian Stallion on the juice!!!





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Yeah, but from what im thinking they were not for him... he had somehting like 60 bottles...

there where for.......... a-ha!

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why were you all hearing this on the radio today when it happened a couple of weeks ago?
Thats what I was thinking??

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