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Cocaine with Lionel Messi branding seized by police

By News Express on 24/03/2017

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•Lionel Messi.
•Lionel Messi.

Peruvian police announced they seized 1,417 kilos of cocaine on Wednesday that was packaged with images of Barcelona star Lionel Messi.

Not only was Messi’s face plastered all over the packaging, but his name, the Barcelona logo and the seal of the King of Spain was also depicted, Peruvian officials said in a news release.

The seized cocaine reportedly has $85 million in street value.

However, that’s not the strangest part. The cocaine was found stuffed in nearly 1,300 squid fillets that were being prepped to be shipped to Belgium. (mtnfootball.com)

Source News Express

Posted 24/03/2017 1:36:18 PM

 

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