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Beaten up … locked up: the woman is caught smuggling four kilos of cannabis in a fake baby bump

Beaten up … locked up: the woman is caught smuggling four kilos of cannabis in a fake baby bump

  • An unknown Argentinian woman carried cannabis near the border with Chile
  • The hump was constructed with starch paste and disguised plates of the drug
  • The police searched her when her companion was caught with a bag of marijuana

The police in Argentina have arrested a woman for allegedly trying to smuggle four kilos of drugs into a fake baby bump.

Officers discovered she fake her pregnancy after finding a man she was traveling with in a long-distance bus carrying a small amount of marijuana in a black bag.

The couple was arrested at a police checkpoint in an area known as Valle de Uco near Mendoza, close to the border of Argentina with Chile.

A woman has been arrested in Argentina for allegedly trying to smuggle four kilos of cannabis into a fake bump (photo: the suspect after her arrest)

A woman has been arrested in Argentina for allegedly trying to smuggle four kilos of cannabis into a fake bump (photo: the suspect after her arrest)

Officers put a woman in a bus on the way to the Patagonian city of Santa Oliva. She was found with 15 bricks of cannabis tied to her belly and a covering over her belly, meant to look like a baby bump. The cunning disguise was held together with a starch-based paste. (Pictured: the fake baby bump is weighed at the police station)

Officers put a woman in a bus on the way to the Patagonian city of Santa Oliva. She was found with 15 bricks of cannabis tied to her belly and a covering over her belly, meant to look like a baby bump. The cunning disguise was held together with a starch-based paste. (Pictured: the fake baby bump is weighed at the police station)

Officers put a woman in a bus on the way to the Patagonian city of Santa Oliva. She was found with 15 bricks of cannabis tied to her belly and a covering over her belly, meant to look like a baby bump. The cunning disguise was held together with a starch-based paste. (Pictured: the fake baby bump is weighed at the police station)

The coach was en route to the Patagonian city of Santa Oliva.

The drugs that the nameless woman wore, also confirmed as cannabis, were in 15 stones that were held together with a starch-based paste, in the shape of a baby bump.

Argentine Security Minister Patricia Bullrich tweeted pictures of the bust and said: "She made a belly of pasta, hid 15 cannabis stones in it and made a pregnancy before trying to take it from Mendoza to Santa Cruz .

& # 39; During a police check, the expectant mother and her accomplice were arrested. This is how she tried to smuggle the drugs. & # 39;

A police spokesman confirmed: & # 39; Two Argentinian citizens were arrested after being caught smuggling drugs.

The total migration, depicted at the police station, was just over four kilos of cannabis

The total migration, depicted at the police station, was just over four kilos of cannabis

The total migration, depicted at the police station, was just over four kilos of cannabis

& # 39; Officers discovered that a passenger carried two cannabis stones in a black bag.

& # 39; There was a young woman next to him who seemed to be pregnant. She was asked to leave the vehicle and it was confirmed that she also had drugs, but no baby in her. & # 39;

In June 2015, a woman was arrested at El Dorado airport in Bogota, the capital of Colombia, after one and a half kilos of liquid cocaine filled in two tied latex gloves was discovered in her breasts.

Local reports at the time showed that 22-year-old Honduran Paola Deyanira Sabillon had announced that there was an & # 39; unknown substance & # 39; was implanted in her before she was ordered to transport it to Barcelona.

The Canadian Tabitha Leah Ritchie, then 28, was stopped at the same airport in September 2013 while attempting to board an Air Canada flight to Toronto with two kilos of cocaine in a false belly made of latex stuck to her body.

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