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A man was arrested at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport when he was discovered to have 2kg of cocaine taped to his legs. The would-be smuggler may have been trying to take advantage of the fact that swelling of the body often occurs during flight, and hoped to use this to mask the appearance his disproportionately husky calves, which bore bandages made of cocaine and duct tape. No dice, though. He was soon detected and detained.
Check out more about this from The Toronto Star