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SAMUT PRAKARN, June 28 – Thai police and customs officials arrested a Zambian national for possession of about one kilogramme of cocaine at Suvarnabhumi Airport on Sunday.


Identified as Mabvuto Francis Ngoma, he was en route to the northern province of Chiang Mai.


Officials acted on an investigation report that there would be drugs smuggled from Bangladesh.


One hundred and thirty bars of a suspicious substance were found in a secret pocket of his luggage. A test showed that it was cocaine and he was charged with possessing illegal drugs for selling, according to Somchai Poolsavasdi, deputy director general of the Customs Department.


The authorities estimated that 1.15 kilogrammes of cocaine can net three million baht in Thai street sales.


The customs department has seized 11.95 kilogrammes of illegal drugs in 10 incidents so far this year at Suvarnabhumi Airport. (TNA)



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Some people will never learn, The worst thing that can happen is that he gets away with it once or twice, Gets complacent, thinking he as the secret to get in under the radar.... Then Poof, The next thing he knows, he is inside the Big Tiger wishing for better days..... He deserves everything he gets

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