When overweight bags show up at airports, they get sent to the X-ray machine.  This was the case on Monday when a lady's bag at Thailand's Bangkok International Airport weighed more than it should.  X-rays revealed what appeared to be a live animal inside, and when the bag was opened, authorities found a baby tiger, about a month old, among several stuffed toy versions of the animal.  The woman was headed for Iran with the drugged cub, but she denied ownership of the bag, saying someone asked her to check it in for him.  She will be fined the equivalent of $1300 American dollars and may get up to four years in prison.  The tiger could have brought up to $3500 in Iran, where it is popular to own exotic pets.