20 Oct, 2017 @ 10:42
1 min read

WHERE DOES SHE PUT IT?: Woman busted at Malaga airport with FIFTY ONE balloons of cocaine in her vagina, anus and stomach

Conjunta e
HAUL: Cocaine
HAUL: Cocaine

A 50-YEAR-OLD woman has been caught trying to smuggle FIFTY ONE balloons of cocaine into Malaga airport. 

According to police, the woman, from Brazil, had amazingly hidden the balloons INSIDE her body.

The arrest comes as part of an operation to combat the international drug trade that has seen a high inlfux of Class A drugs coming through Malaga airport.

Police have been scanning so called ‘hot flights’ from regions like South America, and looking for anyone suspicious who may be carrying drugs.

 

The woman was intercepted by Policia Nacional and Guardia Civil on her arrival in Malaga.

When asked why she was in Spain, she was unable to answer coherently and cops soon suspected she may have been carrying narcotics.

After performing tests – with positive results – the agents arrested her and transferred her to a hospital center.

The majority of the capsules were expelled in the hospital.

She had eaten 28, put 20 inside her vagina and three in her anus.

She has been charged with an alleged drug trafficking offence.

This joint operation between the National Police and Civil Guard has concluded with the seizure of 306 grams of cocaine distributed in 51 balloons and the arrest of a Brazilian citizen.

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.

GOT A STORY? Contact newsdesk@theolivepress.es or call +34 951 273 575 Twitter: @olivepress

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

hqdefault
Previous Story

WATCH: Armed British expat robs Costa del Sol hotel dressed as Star Wars Stormtrooper

Spain flag e
Next Story

18 things you didn’t know about Spain on World Statistics Day

Latest from Crime & Law

Go toTop

More From The Olive Press