French police are proper gutted to find out that a £1 million ecstasy bust is actually a load of Haribo.
Cops in Paris boasted on social media about a "fruitful investigation" and that they'd found a "large quantity of drugs to be sold at secret parties."
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But tests revealed that capsules full of pink "MDMA" powder was actually a load of crushed up Tagada sweets, the strawberry-flavoured treats made by Haribo and named after a popular fairground ride.
The gendarmes were certainly put in a spin when they found out the "pills" were fake, especially after they'd posted an image of baggies stuffed full of bright pink disco biscuits.
Food-related shipments aren't always a dud – remember that time €15 million-worth of cocaine turned up in Aldi?
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