I don't think they like me very much in Australia. When I entered the country, they asked me if I'd ever been convicted of a crime. My reply was that I didn't know it was still a requirement.
Both my wife an I were briefly (and separately) detained coming into Australia a few years ago. In the interest of maintaining some degree of anonymity, I'm only providing brief details. They had no idea we were together yet we were each pulled aside and questioned about separate issues. This had never happened to my wife before and not to me since I learned to dress appropriately.
My wife's interrogation dealt with whether the package she had was concerned with "sport." You tell me, is hiking a sport? (They ultimately decided not because there were not two teams involved.)
Mine was about whether candy is technically a food. (And while I understood their position, I also happen to know that chocolates are an entirely different import category under international law so I'm pretty sure the 22 year old agents were simply poorly trained on the definition of food under international law and that I was right in being silent if they asked if I had any food.)
In any case we were both sprung after less than 15 minutes but it was a wild experience, especially since we saw people from the same plane hiding their pot while in line. But I suppose based on my knowledge of Australian culture, I should not have been surprised that technically leaving something off a form that was the in full view was more serious than bringing hidden drugs into the country.
But seriously, I love Australia!