24 Apr, 2016 @ 12:45
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British man arrested to for attempting to smuggle Kinder eggs full of cocaine into Spain

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A LIVERPUDLIAN has been arrested for attempting to smuggle two Kinder Surprise eggs full of cocaine onto a flight to Alicante.

Joseph Poulson, 27, was working for a gang allegedly run by Paul ‘Boom Boom’ Cahoon – a Merseyside champion cage fighter.

The court heard how on June 18 last year, Poulson headed for the men’s toilets when he saw police and sniffer dogs at Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

He was found with 49 wraps of 30% pure cocaine.

Poulson and associates of the gang have been sentenced for more than 50 years for other drug related offences.

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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  1. Cut to 30%, exporting rubbish. Normally the cutting begins in the country where it will be sold. I remember when the Turkish mafia/the Grey Wolves first started importing smack into the Netherlands, just before Christmas 1979. They warned the junkies that it was very pure, around 85%. The junkies did’nt believe them, they went into to the toilets of the Turkish tea cafes o/dosed and died. The Turks had a hell of a job getting rid of the bodies, I believe around 20 died in one weekend. Immediately the Turks started cutting the purity down to around 25%, same as the Chinese white – lots more profit and no deaths. Such is the hard drugs trade.

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