It is no longer news that the religious country Saudi Arabia is known for not allowing items such as cocaine and alcohol are referred to as illegal or contraband items into the country. However, people will always find various ways at which this rules can be broken with taking into consideration the consequences of their actions when they are caught.
According to New York DailyNews, One of the most contraband products in Saudi Arabia is the consumption of alcohol but individuals have found several ways at which this product can be smuggled into the country in the hope of not being caught.
People have hidden bottles of whiskey in the fractures of their cars in the hope that the normal-looking exterior is enough to mask what lies beneath. In the first six days of January alone, almost 535,000 while 414,000 drugs were found in truck tires, 100,000 were concealed in wooden pallets and another 10,000 were found in the lining of a man’s underwear.
These rule breakers have even used animals such as camels to try and get their contraband into the country, with Saudi officials discovering a camel with 115,000 narcotic drugs (cocaine) on its back. Attempting to sneak about 48,000 cans of Heineken into the country, a smuggler wrapped each can in the Pepsi logo.
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