Traveling the world with furry friends can be a wonderful — some might even say essential — thing. But it often means learning and following specific laws... as a couple of big-time celebs recently learned.
It turns out Amber Heard has been sentenced to a "good behavior bond" of $1,000 Australian for smuggling her terriers down under last year.
The actress got busted for mismarking their quarantine document and sneaking in Boo and Pistol via private plane... and then taking them out in public. Johnny Depp was by her side in a rather oddly straightforward, stone-faced video apology that played in court and went viral.
In it, Heard says she's truly sorry: "Australia is free of many pests and diseases that are commonplace around the world. That is why Australia has to have such strong biosecurity laws."
Depp, who filmed Pirates of the Caribbean in Brisbane, added: "Declare everything when you enter Australia."
Duly noted. ABC News reports the courts dropped two charges of breaching Oz's biosecurity laws of importing an animal. They left the court to much fanfare.
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