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Police found almost two kilos of cocaine stuffed in bread rolls in Mexico

Turns out it wasn't flour...

  • Max Penny-Barrow
  • 8 August 2018
Police found almost two kilos of cocaine stuffed in bread rolls in Mexico

Mexican police, with the aid of sniffer dogs, have seized around 1.8 kilograms of cocaine nestled in over a baker's dozen of baps that were bound for the United States.

15 of the bread rolls were stocked up with 120 grams of coke each, and join an illustrious list of drug smuggling attempts in the homing pinger pigeon and Kinder Surprise eggs.

The street value of the Guadalajara airport bust is said to be around £209,000. That’s a lot of dough.

[Via: Sky News]

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