Dubai Customs suspected the passenger inside the airport
Waitress hides 22 drug rolls in shampoo packages
The Dubai Criminal Court began the trial of an Asian waitress who hid 22 packages of methamphetamine inside shampoo packages, and tried to enter the country through Dubai Airport, and Dubai Customs succeeded in uncovering her matter and referred her to the General Directorate of Narcotics Control in Dubai Police and from there to the Public Prosecution, which charged her with committing Felony of bringing and possession of a psychotropic agent.
A Dubai Customs inspector said in the investigations of the Public Prosecution, that the accused's travel bag was suspected, due to the presence of an unnatural density in it, and by asking her if she had anything she wanted to disclose, she replied in the negative.
A search of the bag found three shampoo packages hidden inside tin rolls wrapped in transparent plastic containing a substance that has the characteristic appearance of crystal anesthetic, and they numbered 22, so legal measures were taken regarding them.
In another case, the Dubai Public Prosecution referred an Asian visitor to the Criminal Court, accused of bringing an amount weighing 826 grams of hashish, which he had hidden in a travel bag, and tried to enter it through Dubai Airport.
An inspector at Dubai Customs stated in the investigations of the Public Prosecution that the suspect's travel bag was suspected, and he was asked if he was hiding something, and he replied in the negative.
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