- Trafficking illegal drugs comes with its consequence and a woman has landed herself in trouble after being caught with the substances
- The woman was caught at an airport with illegal drugs stuffed under her wig
- A video of the incident has emerged on social media and tweeps have reacted, with some saying it was not a smart move
A video has emerged on social media in which a woman was caught at an airport with illegal drugs stuffed under her wig.
In the video, the woman could be seen sitting as security officers recovered the drugs and transferred them into a container. The officials communicated among themselves as the drugs were being taken out of the woman's wig.
The woman hid her face while the officers transferred the illegal substances.
Drug trafficking has been on the rise in recent times despite the fact that people are aware that they could get into trouble for this act.
Peeps on social media were surprised that the woman could hide illegal substance under her wig and some of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
A tweep with the handle @_Scorpio7 believed that the woman wasn't smart enough to have hidden drugs under her wig.
"This is like the dumbest mule I've ever seen."
Another tweep with the handle @myfashionunit commented:
"This is so shameful."
In a previous report by Briefly.co.za the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Nnamdi Azikiwe international airport Special Area Command, Abuja, arrested a man who was in the country in preparation for his wedding.
The man identified as Elechi Adendu Kingsley was caught with banned substances by personnel of the agency.
Kingsley, an indigene of Umulolo local government area of Imo state said he has been living in Brazil for the past 13 years.
Going further, he said he came to prepare for his wedding which was supposed to come up in January 2021.
Speaking of his predicament, he said he was promised the sum N3 million if he successfully delivered the package to somebody in Nigeria.
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Source: Briefly News