Legendary former Kaizer Chiefs striker in custody following drug bust operation

Legendary former Kaizer Chiefs striker in custody following drug bust operation

A former Kaizer Chiefs superstar was taken into custody after cops busted a drug operation on one of his properties.

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On Wednesday, the Sowetan reported a former local football legend found himself in hot water after he showed up to his property, where three men had just been arrested for running a drug lab.

Briefly.co.za learned it has since been confirmed the soccer star has since been taken into custody for questioning regarding to the activities taking place on his property in Hillside, Randfontein.

Legendary former Kaizer Chiefs striker in custody following drug bust operation

The house where cops busted three men in a drug lab. Photo credit: Penwell Dlamini/Sowetan.
Source: UGC

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According to Police spokesperson Lieutenant Lungelo Dlamini, the famous footballer was taken down to the police station for questioning after he arrived at his property earlier on Wednesday.

Dlamini added the raid was carried out by the police crime intelligence investigation unit. Furthermore, it was reported the property is located on a plot, which has chickens, cattle, goats and ducks.

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The Sowetan reported it was the perfect farm-like place to carry out the illegal activities since no one would expect a drug lab there. Dlamini added the unit has been watching the area for quite some time.

"When we came to the place we found chemicals and we believe that they are manufacturing mandrax," he said.

The identity of the famous Kaizer Chiefs striker has not yet been revealed to the public.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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