Cocaine Coffee Beans was Intercepted by Italian Police : Colombian Espresso?
Cocaine Coffee Beans was intercepted at Milan airport this week … It contained roughly 500 cocaine-laced coffee beans, which amounted to about 150 grams.
Each bean had been carefully sliced open, hollowed out, packed with coke and then sealed with brown tape, the Financial Police said on Facebook.
The perpetuators might have gotten away with it …. According to police, they became suspicious of the package containing the coffee beans when someone noticed the name on it.
The beans were addressed to Santino D’Antonio, the fictional Italian mafia boss in the second chapter of John Wick film.
The coked-up beans were shipped from Medellin in Colombia to Milan’s Malpensa airport, and all in all … the 2kg package contained 150g of cocaine powder via about 500 beans.
The package was addressed to a tobacco shop in Florence, and cops busted the 50-year-old man who came to collect it.
Italian police named their operation “Caffe’ Scorretto” — which means Improper Coffee, which plays off the name of the country’s popular drink, ‘”Caffe’ corretto” … corrected coffee.