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Shock As Police Uncover 130g Of Cocaine Stuffed Inside Espresso Beans In Italy

Shock As Police Uncover 130g Of Cocaine Stuffed Inside Espresso Beans In Italy

Police in Italy have found 130 grams of cocaine stuffed inside cut-out espresso beans that arrived at Milan’s Malpensa Airport from Colombia, in keeping with a press release from the Guardia di Finanza monetary police on Monday July 20.

The police reportedly discovered the cocaine after opening a parcel addressed to a fictional Mafia boss from a Hollywood film.

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The Customs officers on the airport seen that the supposed recipient of the package deal shared the title of a fictional character- Santino D’Antonio, a Mafia boss within the hollywood motion film John Wick: Chapter 2. It was at that second they determined to verify the package deal.

As soon as customized officers opened the parcel they discovered greater than 500 espresso beans that had been hollowed out, stuffed with cocaine and resealed utilizing tape. Police in quest of the supposed recipient tracked the package deal to Italian metropolis, Florence, and arrested a 50-year-old Italian man when he got here to try to gather it from a tobacco store.

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The person who lived within the Colombian metropolis of Medellin was already recognized to police and had beforehand been arrested on drug associated fees.

Not too long ago there’s been a wave of drug bust ups in Italy. Earlier this month, Italy’s Guardia di Finanza confiscated an enormous cargo of  14 metric tones of amphetamines which they stated had been produced by ISIS in Syria.

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Officers discovered 84 million tablets with a market worth of €1 billion ($1.12 billion), and the drug haul was stated to be the biggest on this planet when it comes to amount and worth.

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