Australian Police Finds Crystal Meth Worth $700 Million In Gel Bra Inserts

Posted: Feb 15 2016, 1:24am CST | by , in News | Latest Political News

Australian Police Finds Crystal Meth Worth $700 Million in Gel Bra Inserts
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Huge Ice drug bust announced in Australia.

Drugs can be hiding anywhere, even in gel bra inserts. The Australian Federal Police busted a shipment of gel bra inserts containing concealed crystal methamphetamine. The drugs are worth about 712 million USD, making it one of Australia's biggest drug busts in history.

The police charged for people in this big drug operation. The import sting was uncovered by a joint operation of agencies staring in November of last year. The smugglers have hidden 190 liters of liquid methylamphetamine inside thousands of silicon bra inserts amongst the consignment of 86 boxes. This is reaching a level of professional manufacturing. Overall police seized 720 liters of Ice worth $1 billion Australian Dollars (~$700 million US) in this operation.

The four people charged in connection with the crime could face a maximum penalty of life imprisonment.

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