Wednesday, 31 August 2016

€50m Worth of Cocaine Discovered at Coca-Cola Plant

Coca-Cola bottles

Investigation is under way in Signes, a village in southern France where Cocaine worth over  €50m was discovered.

The bags, which arrived in a container from South America was found among orange juice concentrate.

Prosecutor Xavier Tarabeux confirmed that the drugs has a street value of 50 Million Euros and referred to it as a very bad surprise.
No employees at the Coca-cola plant was suspected as investigators attempt to trace the origin of the drug.
"The first elements of the investigation have shown that employees are in no way involved," Jean-Denis Malgras, the regional president of Coca-Cola, told local news website Var-Matin.
The original Coca-Cola formula, created in 1886 by US pharmacist John Pemberton, is believed to have contained traces of cocaine derived from coca leaf extract.

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