Pigeon 'caught smuggling 178 ecstasy pills in a tiny backpack, forcing cops to swoop'

DRUG smugglers used a PIGEON wearing a tiny backpack to smuggle drugs into Kuwait, it has been reported. Cops tracked the bent bird as it flew from neighbouring Iraq and swooped as it crossed the b… [Read More]

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DRUG smugglers used a PIGEON wearing a tiny backpack to smuggle drugs into Kuwait, it has been reported.
Cops tracked the bent bird as it flew from neighbouring Iraq and swooped as it crossed the border.
Al-Rai 3 A pigeon has reportedly been nabbed by Kuwaiti cops smuggling pills from IraqAmazingly, it was wearing a tiny pouch that appears to have been taped or sewed onto its back and contained 178 pills, reports Al Arabiya.
Al-Rai 3 The authorities tracked the bird and captured it as it crossed the border3 Another drug smuggling pigeon was captured in Costa Rica in 2015Local media has widely reported on the story, however.
It isn’t the first pigeon nabbed for narcotics smuggling – in 2015, guards at a Costa Rican prison caught a pigeon flying drugs into the slammer.

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We now face low tech drug smugglers: pigeons wearing tiny backpacks to smuggle. #Trend

Source: The Sun