The box was scanned to reveal pineapples with black plastic bags inside them that contained 399 marijuana weed rolls which weighed 417.30 grammes. Later, the passenger was searched manually and scanned for body packing but nothing more was found.
An inbound African passenger arriving from an African country was attempting to smuggle in the drugs by stashing them in a seemingly professional way inside cylindrical vehicle engine air filters.
Dubai Customs’ inspection staff at Dubai International Airport seized 5.6 kilogrammes of cocaine narcotics from an inbound female traveller arriving from a Latin American country.
Musabih commended the hard-working staff at the centre and their unwavering dedication to improving customs services for passengers.
The Dubai Customs’ Consultative Council (DCCC) has commended the Dubai Economic Agenda D33, a visionary plan that encompasses 100 transformative projects
The foreign trade sector in Dubai is actively pursuing the goals outlined in the Dubai Economic Agenda D33. This initiative was launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum,
Dubai Customs' sophisticated systems for tracking suspicious shipments and exchanging vital information with customs authorities across the globe have garnered widespread recognition.
This is achieved using electronic systems, skilled human resources, and data analysis to guarantee the quality and efficiency of outputs. These measures have effectively controlled smugglers, and their impact can be seen on the ground.
The drugs were cleverly hidden inside bags of a well-known breakfast cereal.