Asian attempts to smuggle 12kg of marijuana inside cereal bags in Dubai

Asian attempts to smuggle 12kg of marijuana inside cereal bags in Dubai
Asian attempts to smuggle 12kg of marijuana inside cereal bags in Dubai

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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter

Dubai Authorities have seized around 12kg of marijuana from an Asian traveller who attempted to smuggle the drugs into the country.

The Airport’s customs inspectors were checking the traveller’s luggage when they found bags of cereal with marijuana bags hidden inside and wrapped in tin foil.

The drugs weighed 11 kilos and 940 grams in total.

The Asian drug-smuggler confessed to attempting to smuggle the marijuana during interrogation and that the bags belonged to him.

Authorities praised the vigilance of customs inspectors in detecting the drug-trafficking operation, mentioning that efforts of Dubai Customs have been strengthened to address the dangers of smuggling drugs of all kinds, and to form a wall against smuggling attempts through its various customs outlets, and through relying on qualified and trained experts.

It was also revealed that drug-trafficking most common techniques include hiding drugs inside the body, or in the bottoms and sides of bags, inside shampoo bottles and within traveler’s clothes.

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