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91yo Arrives At Sydney Airport With 1mil of Cocaine in Soap

91 year old Victor Twartz said he had no idea he was carrying drugs when he flew into Sydney airport with 4.5 kilograms of cocaine. 

Upon returning from an all expenses paid trip to India, the former oral surgeon was caught with $1 million dollars worth of cocaine in soap. 

According to ABC, Twartz said "It was soap - I opened it up and scratched it and it certainly was soap but it had some white streaks in it, which I am told was cocaine. 

The police have reported that there was more than $1 million dollars inside the 27 bars of soap. 

Twartz was given the bag of soap by people he met on an all expenses paid trip to India. 

The elderly man's son, Peter said his father is a devout Seventh Day Adventist with no criminal background. 

Twartz reportedly said he is glad the drugs were misplaced in his bag because it meant young kids wouldn't be taking them and he is very against drugs. 


Photo of the soap (AFP)

Source: ABC

Image Source: 7:30 Report 

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