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South Korean man swallows ecstasy from Thailand, 'broken bag' does not survive Empty South Korean man swallows ecstasy from Thailand, 'broken bag' does not survive

周五 11月 04, 2022 2:04 pm
South Korean man swallows ecstasy from Thailand, 'broken bag' does not survive RYtB8

South Korean man swallows ecstasy from Thailand, 'broken bag' does not survive






Hanguk Ilbo reported on October 12 thatเล่นสล็อต ฟรีSouth Korea had confirmed its first discovery of a drug smuggler hidden inside a body pack, or "body packer". Despite the fact that many foreign bodypackers use South Korea as a means of transporting drugs to other countries. But there has never been a South Korean bodypacker bringing drugs from abroad to sell in their own country. And South Korea is increasingly concerned about the influx of drugs using bodypackers.


Seoul's Yongsan District Police Station said Tuesday, Oct. 12, that A (a pseudonym) South Korean man in his 50s was found dead in a living room at his home in Yongsan county around 11 p.m. on Sunday. 25 Sep

The autopsy results revealed that The cause of death was due to poisoning. methylene dioxymethampheta (3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine) or Ecstasy and 20.36 mg/L of Ecstasy was found. in the blood of Mr. That amount was 200 times higher than that of ecstasy users at 0.1 to 2.4 milligrams per liter.

In Mr A's stomach, 79 bags of ecstasy were found torn. Each bag contained 1 ecstasy, and 130 ecstasy bags were found intact. Such amounts of ecstasy are believed to spread throughout the body. causing Mr. A's death Considering the dose of ecstasy that caused the user to die at 7-14 tablets.







In addition, Mr A's intestines found 118 grams of ketamine, or K drug, wrapped in a condom. That amount can allow 600 people to take the drug at the same time, while one drug user averages 200-300 milligrams of K per day.

What is noteworthy is that no drug substance was found in Mr A's hair. can be inferred that Mr A smuggled drugs into the country. for sale rather than for personal use South Korean police are investigating whether there are accomplices or distributors. An official from the South Korean National Police identified the first South Korean as a bodypacker.

A police investigation revealed that Mr. A left Thailand in August. then through Malaysia and arrived in South Korea on September 24, or one day before his death. Investigators said The deceased was likely trying to deliver drugs to local distributors. means the need for ecstasy and K-pharmaceuticals are increasing in South Korea as well.

Bodypackers were originally a means of transporting drugs from Central and South America to the United States or Europe. Hide the drug bag by swallowing it down your stomach or inserting it into your anus. Then take a laxative or enema to expel the bag of drugs.

However, such a method is quite dangerous. If the drug bag is torn in the body will have a chance of sudden death As in the case of Mr. A


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