Drug bust reveals President Trump's face printed on heroin packages

President Trump's name and face were recently found in a highly unusual place.

According to the Tampa Bay Times, authorities in Hernando County, Florida, have made a drug bust where some of the approximately 5,550 envelopes of heroin that were confiscated had Trump's name and likeness stamped on the outside.

Meanwhile, other packets featured former drug lords El Chapo and Pablo Escobar.

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The drugs were reportedly discovered by a postal worker who alerted the Hernando County Sheriff's Office, resulting in a months-long investigation, according to WFLA.

Authorities have since arrested 46-year-old Kelvin Scott Johnson; he has been charged with various crimes including drug trafficking, notes the Washington Post.

It is unknown why Trump's likeness was used, but Florida attorney general Pam Bondi has since said, in part, "Big mistake by putting the president's picture on this...Because he is going to be our most fierce advocate in taking this junk off of our streets. Can you believe this? Big mistake."

Johnson could face up to 25 years in prison if convicted.