Miami, Florida (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
As reported by NBC News Business (6/12), in Oops! Supermarket got drugs instead of bananas, that Colombian drug traffickers accidentally sent illegal drugs to Denmark instead. In Aarhus, western Denmark, police say employees at the supermarket chain Coop opened banana boxes shipped from Colombia and found about 100 kilograms (220 pounds) of what they believe is cocaine.
With substance abuse rising at an alarming rate, illegal drugs appearing instead of food at destinations around the world only compounds the problem. Drug abusers will only use these drugs to fuel their appetites for more, which adds to the ongoing issue. Illegal drugs pose serious consequences to users including numerous physical issues up to and including death, loss of job, home, family and eventually, self respect.
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According to the news story, Oops! Supermarket got drugs instead of bananas, the cocaine was discovered when employees noticed the boxes were heavier than the ones with bananas.
One shipment wasn't all that was received by the supermarket chain Coop. Company spokesman, Jens Juul says that in suburban Copenhagen more bags with white powder were found in another shipment from Colombia.
As expected, Coop has contacted their Colombian supplier. An investigation by the police is already underway but no arrests have been made at this time.
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