MAN BUSTED WITH 10 POUNDS OF COKE STRAPPED TO HIS LEGS AT JFK AIRPORT

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Every few weeks, it seems, somebody is getting busted trying to smuggle some drugs through the airport. We’ve seen all types of failed tactics used to try to get packs through security, but folks still try it. This time, we’re back at JFK Airport, where a man was busted trying to bring ten pounds of coke into the United States. He had it strapped to his legs.

FOX Philly reports:

Officers at John F. Kennedy International Airport made quite the discovery when they found an arriving passenger “busting out of his pants.”

Back on March 4th, U.S. Citizen Juan Carlos Galan Luperon, arrived at the airport from the Dominican Republic. During his inspection upon arrival, officers noticed Luperon was nervous, and his pants appeared to be ‘snug.’

 
Officer conducted a private search where they uncovered packages taped around both of his legs. The packages were tested for cocaine and came back positive.
 
A total of about 10 lbs. of cocaine was seized with an estimated street value of $164,000.
 
Luperon was arrested and turned over to Homeland Security. He faces federal narcotics smuggling charges.

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