Traders inspect durians as a farmer unloads the fruit from the  back of a vehicle at a road side stall in Titi, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, on Monday, July 13, 2015. The Southeast Asian native fruit -- known for its sweet, custardy flesh and banned from Singapore's subways and hotels because of its pungent odor -- can retail for more than S$40 ($30) apiece in Singapore. Photographer: Sanjit Das/Bloomberg via Getty Images