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More than 10,000 tonnes and one million litres of “hazardous fake food and drink” in what Interpol is calling the biggest seizure of contraband food in their history.
Quebec's prisons have seen an increase in drone traffic and at least one helicopter jailbreak in recent years.
Saudi Arabian officials announced yesterday that they confiscated 48,000 cans of beer disguised at Pepsi cans. Reports say a man attempted to bring the alcohol through the Al Batha border, which Saudi Arabia shares with the United Arab Emirates.
A London man tried to get a package including bottle of vodka, a wrap of cocaine, a knife, and a breakfast sandwich into a cell window.
Cell phones are prohibited at the 120-year-old prison, as is fighting, so there's an understandable amount of confusion and embarrassment surrounding the release of the footage on YouTube.
The stockpile was set to be distributed across the country for sale in supermarkets and restaurants, and some of it might already have entered the food supply.
One dark web market will play arbiter in just about anything.
Over 1 million Tunisians in the impoverished south survive on illegal cross-border trade with Libya, but a recent tax on these activities has sparked demonstrations.
Colombia's black market for dirt-cheap Venezuelan gasoline and goods has turned the border between the two nations into a high-stakes conflict zone.
A man in South Carolina has been arrested after an alleged attempt to smuggle pot, cell phones, and tobacco into a prison using a drone.