Digital Desk Hyderabad. Customs officers at Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi Worldwide Airport (RGIA) have seized 970 grams of gold in paste kind from a passenger, hiding it by strapping it on each legs. A male passenger who arrived from Sharjah on Sunday had Gold price Rs 47.55 lakh was seized from A case of gold smuggling has been registered in opposition to the passenger. Customs officers on Monday registered a case of gold smuggling in opposition to one other passenger who had come from Dubai. The officers recovered 442.6 grams of gold price Rs 21.70 lakh. The gold in paste kind was hidden inside a specifically stitched pocket of underwear. Officers are investigating instances of vacationers discovering new methods to smuggle gold. On January 7, they collected Rs 16.18 lakh from a male passenger who had come from Dubai. 330 grams of gold wire with polished white rhodium coating price have been seized. The gold was hidden contained in the metallic body of the trolley bag. Customs officers on December 30 detected a case of smuggling of gold by a passenger who had come from Sharjah. He had hidden the gold within the type of paste in specifically stitched pockets contained in the trousers. 234.05 grams of gold price Rs 11.54 lakh has been recovered and confiscated. In one other case, two passengers smuggled gold by hiding it inside magnetic bracelets and buttons of kids’s clothes. Passengers who arrived from Dubai had Rs 20.49 lakh price. There was 412 grams of gold.