That’s not frosting.
Customs authorities in Cincinnati intercepted a 44-pound cargo of corn flakes that have been coated in cocaine on Feb. 13, in keeping with US Customs and Border Safety.
A narcotics detection canine named Bico was sniffing by incoming freight — being despatched to Hong Kong from Peru — when he alerted staff to the package deal, officials stated.
The cereal contained white powder, and the flakes have been additionally coated with a gray substance — each of which examined optimistic for cocaine.
Inspectors used “their coaching, instinct, and strategic expertise,” to confiscate the package deal, Cincinnati Port Director Richard Gillespie stated.