Berlin, Germany – German police seized a cargo of 5,000 amphetamine pills in the form of Donald Trump’s face.
Agents of the city of Osnabrück in the state of Lower Saxony seized the drug, also known as ‘ecstasy,’ during a review of a vehicle with plates from Austria that was driven by a man and his son last weekend.
The authorities estimate that the cargo is valued at about 47 thousand dollars (about 829 thousand Mexican pesos).
According to the report, it is believed that the pills were to be sold online under the slogan “Trump makes partying great again,” a satirical variant of the campaign’s motto. President of the United States.
German police detailed that all the pills are orange, have the form of the president’s face – with a cap included – and bear his name on the back.
The two men arrested in the case are a 51-year-old man and his 17-year-old son who alleged they were returning from buying a car in the Netherlands, suspected of causing the tablets, reports the weekly Der Spiegel.
“During the inspection of the car the agents found 5,000 pills of ecstasy with the portrait of the president of the United States and a large sum of cash,” Onsnabrück police said in a statement.
Last July, the UK press reported the appearance on the black market of amphetamine pills with the face of Trump.
British media reported then that the pills were sold on the deep web, had high levels of MDMA (3-4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine) and had been manufactured in Amsterdam, the Dutch capital.
Ecstasy is the favorite stimulant of young Europeans, according to the annual report of the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and Drug Addiction.