Government operators caught a Brooklyn man at New York’s John Kennedy Air terminal for supposedly endeavoring to pirate a kilo of cocaine inside a pack of fudge sweet.
The suspect, Noel Llewellyn, who works for Delta Aircrafts, arrived in New York from Trinidad on Tuesday, as indicated by the New York Day by day News.
As Llewellyn, 64, was experiencing traditions, operators saw something surprising in his bag â€“ four packs of Tortuga chocolate rum fudge.
At the point when the specialists looked nearer, they saw a white fine substance that tried positive for cocaine.
The national government authoritatively recorded a criminal grievance against Llewellyn in Brooklyn Elected Court, the Every day News revealed.
Llewellyn told specialists that his sister-in-law was the person who stuffed the containers of fudge.
Llewellyn has been known to oftentimes go to and from Trinidad and Tobago.
He says he does as such to exploit a worker markdown offered by his boss Delta Aircrafts.
The suspect was liberated on $100,000 safeguard.