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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred an Asian woman, aged 56, to criminal court for attempting to smuggle crystal meth into Dubai Airport.
The incident dates back to last November, when a customs officer suspected the contents of the defendant’s luggage, and accordingly requested that the bag would undergo a security search.
The officer found 3 bottles of shampoo with a density different than the normal.The defendant denied the existence of anything illegal among her belongings.
When the shampoo bottles were opened, the officer found foil rolls that were sealed with plastic. When those rolls were unsealed crystal meth was found.
22 rolls of crystal meth, weighing 746g, were seized by the customs officer, and the defendant was immediately placed under arrest on drug trafficking charges.
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