Friday 14 May 2021

Italian Detained At San Jose Airport With 197 ovules of Cocaine In Stomach

Nervous when boarding a flight to Germany, an Italian national, was arrested while trying to leave Costa Rica with 197 ovules of cocaine inside his body.

Following his arrest, the man was transferred to a medical center.

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The detention was made at the Juan Santamaria international airport on Tuesday. The man, identified by his last name, Biadene, is exposed to a penalty of between 8 and 20 years in prison if found guilty for international drug trafficking.

 

 

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