Sunday, 3 January 2010

Lidl bananas contained cocaine

(Agencies) One hundred kilos of cocaine were found in boxes containing bananas, when they were opened by Lidl supermarket staff in Madrid, Cáceres and Plasencia. According to National Police sources, the cocaine 'bricks' were found at the first of the branches in several boxes that had been delivered to the stores from Mercamadrid, the central produce market. The staff called the police, and further investigation located similar lots of bananas at other Lidl stores in Madrid -at least six- and at Cáceres and Plasencia. A police statement said that the> (Read more on CampoPulse)

1 comment:

CraftyPip said...

Are you sure this is the beginning of January and not the 1st April...
The mind boggles with all the jokes that are going to arise out of this.
Only in Spain... Loved reading this article.