Drug smugglers disguise liquid meth as gel inserts for padded brasBy Mason White 4:03 AM February 18, 2016
|Meth hidden inside gel fillers of bras|
By: Tanya Malhotra
(Scroll down for video) A plot to have millions of dollars worth of drugs smuggled into Australia, was busted by the police after finding liquid meth inside the gel padding of bras.
Police found more than $1 billion worth of drugs in a series of raids.
About $300 million worth of liquid meth was found disguised as gel inserts used as fillers for women’s underwear. The first shipment of drugs was found a shipping container in Sydney.
The shipping container had gel inserts for bras. Hidden in these inserts was 50 gallons of liquid methamphetamine. The gel inserts were seized and handed over to the Federal Police.
Investigators raided a storage unit, where they found 530 liters of the drug. Three men of Hong Kong and one man of China, were arrested in a joint operation with police in China.
Police in Australia, described the bust as the largest in the history of the country. All suspects face life in prison if convicted.