Blog: Leonie BarrieIllegal ironing

Leonie Barrie | 21 May 2004

Two drug smuggling hikers travelling from Bolivia to Israel were given away by their…neatly ironed clothes. Although not the first time cocaine-soaked garments have been used to smuggle narcotics, the carriers obviously overlooked one small but crucial detail in their illegal import! Well, it made me smile...

Smugglers use cocaine-soaked clothing


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