$38MILLION drug haul found stashed inside SEX TOYS

The wrong kind of ecstasy! $38MILLION drug haul is found stashed inside SEX TOYS shipped to Australia from the UK

  • A $38million drug haul has been found stashed inside a shipment of sex toys
  • Australian Federal Police found 40kg of methamphetamine and 18kg of cocaine
  • Pictures shared by the police show an array of vibrators and boxes 

A $38million drug haul has been found stashed inside a shipment of sex toys.

The Australian Federal Police found 40kg of methamphetamine and 18kg of cocaine inside 21 boxes sent to Melbourne from the UK via Singapore.

The Australian Border Force made the discovery after X-raying the consignment.

A $38million drug haul has been found stashed inside a shipment of sex toys

The Australian Federal Police found 40kg of methamphetamine and 18kg of cocaine inside 21 boxes sent to Melbourne from the UK via Singapore 

Pictures shared by the police show an array of vibrators and boxes marked with the words ‘Rocks-Off’.

Officers searched properties in Belfield and Thomastown but no one has been arrested.     

‘COVID-19 has not stopped drug dealers or organised crime syndicates from trying to import illicit products into Australia,’ AFP Acting Commander Jayne Crossling said.

‘The AFP, with partner agencies, is one-step ahead and is unleashing maximum damage on the criminal environment.

‘Drugs and drug abuse have severe consequences for the Australian community. Those with illicit substances in their system are unpredictable and it’s not just their health they are putting at risk, but those around them.

‘Behind the wheel, motorists with illicit drugs in their system, are a danger to every driver on the road.

The Australian Border Force made the discovery after X-raying the consignment

Pictures shared by the police show an array of vibrators and boxes marked with the words ‘Rocks-Off’

‘And too many first responders, paramedics, nurses and police, have seen first-hand the danger of dealing with a person with illicit drugs in their system.

‘Drug use in not a victimless crime.’ 

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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