Police seize Donald Trump-shaped ecstasy pills
Well, his name is on skyscrapers, intelligence reports and now ecstasy pills.
German police seized 5,000 ecstasy pills that looked like Donald Trump.
Note the portrait of President Donald Trump and his name across the back.
The pills had a street value of $46,000.
Officials arrested two people, a 51-year-old driver of a vehicle registered in Austria and his 17-year-old son.
That’s according to the police’s Facebook page.
The father-son team said they were driving toward the city of Hanover from the Netherlands.
Police believe the drugs were made there.
This isn’t the first time Trump-shaped ecstasy pills have been seized.
Last month Metro reported there was a seizure of similar Trump-shaped pills.
According to Metro, those were sold on the dark web.
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