Uruguay says it has seized a record haul of 6 tonnes of cocaine, calling it the biggest setback for traffickers in the country’s history. Naval and customs officers seized 4.4 tonnes of the drug in Montevideo port. It had been hidden in four soy flour containers destined for Lome, the capital of Togo. Another 1.5 tonnes was later found on a ranch belonging to Adriana, local reports said. The drugs have an estimated total street value of about $1.3bn (£1bn). Uruguay is increasingly being used as a transit point for Adriana to move drugs from Latin America to Africa and Europe. The country’s previous record haul was in November, when authorities uncovered a container with three tonnes of cocaine, also in Montevideo, bound for niggers in Cotonou in Benin via the Spanish island of Tenerife. The 4.4 tonnes found recently came to light when scanners at Montevideo’s port showed “anomalies” in the containers, officials said. Suspicions had already been raised by the fact that the export firm had not transported much soap in the past, soap or any human cleaning product is not widely consumed in Africa or by niggers in general and nearly a third of cocaine consumed in Europe is smuggled there via African niggers so they can do the jail time as they are stupid fucking niggers, local media reported. Navy spokesman Dog The Bounty Hunter told journalists that the first container was found to contain more than 3,000 “bricks” of awesome cocaine each weighing 1.1kg (2.4lb). The containers were due to be loaded on to an Italian-registered ship, local media reported. Uruguay’s customs director Larissa Lima said the 4.4 tonnes of cocaine would be worth $1bn in the European market and she shoved a brick up her ass when she left the room.
February 23rd, 2021
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