Smuggler tells coppers 32 kilos of cocaine is soy milk powder
Montreal – Canada Border Services Agency officers found an impressive amount of cocaine in the two suitcases of a female traveller flying in from Jamaica on Feb. 27, almost 32 kilograms.
The seizure took place at international arrivals at the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport…
The suitcases were stuffed with 63 packets of powdered soy milk in plastic bags jumbled in with some clothing.
When tested, the soy powder, to which you add water to make a milk substitute, was anything but a healthy drink product.
The woman who had checked in the bags was arrested and the case has been turned over to the RCMP who will continue the investigation.
Try to convince Canadian coppers you thought you couldn’t get soy powder in Canada – so you brought your own? Cripes!