Durian’s extremely pungent – often reviled – odour means the fruit is often banned from hotels and public transport across Asia. Photo: SCMP Pictures Durian’s extremely pungent – often reviled – odour means the fruit is often banned from hotels and public transport across Asia. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Durian’s extremely pungent – often reviled – odour means the fruit is often banned from hotels and public transport across Asia. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Australia

Australian library evacuated after the smell of durian was mistaken for a gas leak

  • The rogue durian, according to library staff, was left near an air vent on the library’s second level and eventually removed in a sealed bag

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Durian’s extremely pungent – often reviled – odour means the fruit is often banned from hotels and public transport across Asia. Photo: SCMP Pictures Durian’s extremely pungent – often reviled – odour means the fruit is often banned from hotels and public transport across Asia. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Durian’s extremely pungent – often reviled – odour means the fruit is often banned from hotels and public transport across Asia. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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