Spanish Authorities Intercept Two Thousand Pounds of Drugs
SEVILLE, SPAIN - Alright ladies and gents, gather ‘round, because I’ve got another juicy tale of produce-corrupting crime. This time proving that crime knows no borders, Spanish authorities uncovered what would be the largest illegal drug seizure in the country’s history in a suspicious banana shipment.
You would think these criminals would have learned a thing or two from our previous reporting on drugs smuggled in bananas, but apparently they are not avid readers of AndNowUKnow. Clearly, not reading ANUK leads to a life of crime (unsubstantiated).
According to The Olive Press, over 2,000 pounds (1,000 kg) of cocaine were intercepted and are now safely housed at police headquarters. Three individuals have been arrested so far, and the Banana BunglersTM are currently in police custody.
The drug bust is reportedly the largest in the history of Spain, as most drug seizures happen at sea. Citizens can thank the Udyco anti-drug officers from Seville and Malaga for keeping their precious produce free and clear of illegal substances.
What will criminals attempt to contaminate next? Strawberries? Squash? Avocados?! (oh wait, that happened). AndNowUKnow will keep you apprised of all the drug busts that criminals could avoid by being ANUK subscribers.