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A Passenger of the Amsterdam-Moscow Flight was Carrying Marijuana
12.04.2018 12:05
A Passenger of the Amsterdam-Moscow Flight was Carrying Marijuana

 Sheremetyevo customs office has detected that a passenger of the Amsterdam-Moscow flight was carrying 12 grams of marijuana.

      ”We examined his luggage and found two plastic flasks with a substance of plant origin and two plastic bags with the same contents. The rapid analysis gave a positive reaction to the drug – it was marijuana”, the customs website reported on Monday. The citizen explained that he had bought this herb in Holland as a gift for 50 euros. The actions of the passenger contain clear signs of crime.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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