8 Feb 2022 5:00 am
A stroll along Libya’s Mediterranean coast has led a local to the discovery of a spectacular hash find. For whatever reason, the drug was marked with the likeness of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
On Saturday, a resident of the northeastern Libyan city of El Merdj came across a total of 323 hashish slabs washed ashore on the nearby coast. The reported the newspaper The Libya Observer, citing the local criminal police. Inexplicably, each block of the drug featured a picture of Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to photos circulating on the internet.
صور|| جهاز مكافحة المخدرات فرع #المرج يتسلم 323 قطعة حشيش مختومة بصورة الرئيس الروسي فلاديمير بوتين, وذلك عقب عثور مواطن عليهم على الشواطئ وتسليمهم للإدارة العامة للبحث الجنائي.-يرجح أن تكرار ظاهرة العثور على مخدر الحشيش على الشواطئ يعود لغرق شحنة لأحد تجار المخدرات. #ليبياpic.twitter.com/MLOAxpTIMP
— ليبيا برس (@libyapress2010) February 6, 2022
A few days ago, local media reported on a large load of hashish with the likeness of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, which residents of the neighboring coasts had discovered. It can be assumed that the illustrated drug finds can be attributed to a smuggled shipment that went under at sea and was intended for one of the local drug dealers.
More on the subject – USA: drug dealer busted – intoxicants stowed in “bag full of drugs”.