Wallapatta (Gyrinops walla) is an endemic plant and its perfumery value was identified very recently. It produces a resinous substance which fetches high price in other countries as it is used in the production of perfumes. Wallapatta is considered as a forest produce, hence exportation is restricted. Exportation without a valid forest permit is violation of Customs Ordinance (Chapter 235) read with Forest Conservation Ordinance. 35.6 kg of Wallapatta (Gyrinops walla) were detected at BIA departure Passenger terminal on 21th October 2016 while being attempted to smuggle out to Dubai by a Sri Lankan National. On 27th November 2016, 45.8 kg of Wallapatta (Gyrinops walla) wooden pieces were detected at BIA departure Passenger terminal while attempted to smuggle out to Dubai by two Sri Lankan Nationals.