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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
A 25-year-old Asian visitor was arrested and referred to criminal court for attempting to smuggle 826g of hashish into Dubai Airport.
Official records point out that a female customs officer suspected the defendant’s behaviour upon his arrival at the airport and consequently requested him to undergo a luggage search.
As his bag was being searched, the officer noticed the presence of a bizarre-looking object, and he was accordingly asked about the bag’s contents.
The defendant denied the presence of any illegal objects, but as the officer searched the bag, she found a dark piece of what turned out to be hashish.
The seized drugs weighed 826g. The defendant was detained and referred to criminal court on drug charges.
Nothing was found inside the defendant’s bags, but when he was asked to undergo a body scanner, a quantity of an unknown substance was seen inside his body.
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