Police confiscate orange 'Trump makes partying great again' ecstasy pills from smugglers


The pills
The pills
By: Tanya Clark  WorldWideWeirdNews.com

Police in Germany, stopped a car for a random check when they discovered drugs.

Osnabrueck Police officers found a stash of about 5,000 ecstasy pills hidden in the car.

The pills were found in plastic bags along with a lot of cash. The ecstasy pills were in the shape of U.S. President Donald Trump's face with the words "Trump" imprinted on the back.

The pills were marketed with the slogan "Trump makes partying great again," which refers to Trump's famous slogan "make America great again."

The suspects, a 51-year-old father and his 17-year-old son, told police that they had traveled to the Netherlands, because they were interested in buying a car, but they returned to Germany empty-handed.

Police however, believe that the pair bought the pills on the Dutch market. The pills have a street value of about $46,000.

The father and son were arrested, and the drugs, money and car were seized.


Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...