Cruise passengers found with £1million of cocaine
Four passengers on a cruise ship in the UK were found to have a millon pounds of cocain strapped to their bodies after the ship was raided when it docked in Southampton.
More than £1 million-worth of cocaine has allegedly been found strapped to the bodies of four cruise ship passengers after a raid on the vessel as it docked at Southampton.
Dozens of officers from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and the UK Border Agency boarded the P&O ship Arcadia early yesterday morning.
Officers recovered 30 kilos of cocaine, worth £1.2 million, officials said today.