German police seized a load of ecstasy tablets shaped in the image of U.S. President Donald Trump. The pills are estimated to have a street value of €39,000.
Police made the discovery of Trump-shaped ecstasy tablets in the northwestern German state of Lower Saxony, according to a post by police officials on Facebook.
“During the search of the vehicle police found about 5,000 ecstasy tablets with the portrait of the American president … the purchase value of the tablets amounts to approximately 11,000 euros (about $12,900); the sales value amounts to approximately 39,000 euros,” German police officials stated, according to a report on CNN.
Police made the discovery of what they called the “Drugs of the Year” after stopping a Peugeot 307 on the Autobahn. A search of the car revealed more than 5,000 tablets in the shape of President Trump’s head. The back of the tablet is embossed with the word “TRUMP” and “*NL.”
Officials also found a large amount of cash in the vehicle.
Police seized the Peugeot and arrested a 51-year-old man and his 17-year-old son. They appeared before a judge who issued a warrant for their arrest.