Originally glance it looked to airport officials like just another packed toy in a suitcase. But when they did a closer inspection, the tiny tiger cub was found to be real and alive but it was unconscious when it was drugged. The woman owner of the luggage at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Thailand where she was allegedly planning to smuggle the three-month-old animal to Iran was arrested. Luckily, the tiger cub has started to recover from his ordeal after officials delivered him to a wildlife centre suffering from exhaustion and dehydration. When the DNA test was expected to provide details about its origin, told Chaiyaporn. The woman, identified as Thai national Piyawan Palasarn was around 31, faced up to four years in prison and a 40,000 baht (£824) fine for 2 wildlife smuggling-related charges.