Police Seize $107 Million Worth Of Crystal Meth Hidden Inside A Vintage 1960 Bentley

Police Seize 107 Million Worth Of Drugs Hidden Inside A 1960 Bentley


According to the NADA Price Guide, a vintage 1960 Bentley S2 is worth, on average, $43,500.

Unless, of course, the Bentley is loaded with extras like $106 million worth of illegal drugs.

That’s what Australian Border Force (ABF) discovered recently when they intercepted a shipping container.

Inside the container, which was shipped from Canada to Port Botany in New South Wales, was a 1960 Bentley S2 with 355 pounds of methamphetamine and 66 pounds of cocaine hidden inside of it.

According to NSW Police, the drug seizure occurred after authorities acted on intelligence, seized the vehicle, and performed an X-ray and examination of the classic car.

After partially dismantling the car, a large quantity of meth was discovered behind the headlights of the vehicle.

Police then reportedly reassembled the Bentley and let it continue to be shipped to its final destination. There, a law enforcement task force executed a search warrant, seized the Bentley, along with a Ford Focus, mobile phones and a computer.

Two men, aged 22 and 23, were arrested and charged with crimes including import commercial quantity border-controlled drug, deal with property proceeds of crime, large commercial drug supply, and participate criminal group contribute criminal activity.

In addition to the Bentley, police also seized meth hidden in another vehicle in a follow-up investigation

In a followup investigation, police officers stopped a Toyota Prado and found 4.85 pounds of meth and more than $759,000 cash hidden beneath the car’s cargo area.

A man and women, both aged 25, were taken into custody and charged with crimes including import commercial quantity border-controlled drug, large commercial drug supply, deal with property proceeds of crime, and participate criminal group contribute criminal activity.

Earlier in the week, Australian police made the country’s biggest fentanyl seizure ever. More than 132 pounds of fentanyl were found hidden inside military-style ammunition boxes hidden in an industrial lathe in a shipment from Canada.

The fentanyl was was reportedly enough for 5.6 million doses.

“Typically, we would only see fentanyl being detected in quantities of one gram or less. To have a detection that is 11 kilograms pure is just quite frankly extraordinary,” said James Watson, a commander with the Australian Border Force (ABF).

“The audacity of the group behind this is just… outrageous. I’d describe it as a total act of bastardry.”

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