It seems like there’s only one real place women go to hide things. It doesn’t matter what they’re smuggling, whatever they’re hiding gets stuffed into their bra. Lots of cash? The bra is fashion’s perfect pocket, and since there’s metal in bras, they can sometimes fool metal detectors. However, some enterprising smugglers went past the bra, to the bra stuffing aid, to get their drugs into the island continent with the serious meth problem. Australian officials uncovered a staggering $900 million in methamphetamine.
The meth was smuggled into Australia from Hong Kong via liquid bra inserts and bottles of glue. Hence the high street value, and the ability to move 190 gallons of the drug from China. The smuggled drugs, which were discovered in Sydney and the surrounding area, could be used to make 1100 pounds of meth when converted from liquid to solid form. The arrested four face life in prison for their crime, and the ring was busted as a result of close cooperation between Australian and Chinese police working on both sides of the ocean
“This largest seizure of liquid methylamphetamine to date is the result of organized criminals targeting the lucrative Australian ice market from offshore,” said Justice Minister Michael Keenan.
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