$106 million of crystal meth and cocaine in a sleek vintage Bentley
Drug traffickers smuggled cocaine and crystal meth worth $106 million in a stylish vintage car. Bentley
A classic Bentley was found to be carrying $106 million worth of illegal substances, according to Australian authorities.
When border patrol authorities searched the vehicle, they discovered it was loaded with cocaine and crystal meth.
In connection with the incident, four individuals have been detained and charged.
According to authorities, $106 million worth of hard narcotics were smuggled into Australia using a 1960 Bentley that was brought.
The antique automobile had 161 kilogrammes of crystal meth (methamphetamine) and 30 kg of cocaine when it landed at Port Botany, Sydney, New South Wales, via sea freight earlier this month.
When the elegant silver Bentley S2 arrived at the port, Australian Border Force officials used an x-ray machine to look for abnormalities, which led them to discover the class A narcotics.
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