Trump ecstasy tablets seized in Germany

Osnabrueck Police

(Credit: Osnabrueck Police)

Police in Germany seized tens of thousands of dollars-worth of orange ecstasy tablets shaped like Donald Trump during a traffic stop.

Osnabrück Police conducting the stop in the northwest German state of Lower Saxony wrote in a Facebook post that they stopped a Peugeot 307 for having questionable license plates:

“In the control of the car, the officials found 5000 Ecstasy Tablets, with the portrait of the American President Donald J. Trump. In addition, a large amount of cash has also been secured."

Two men were arrested in the drug bust and their car was taken by police. The 5,000 ecstasy pills were shaped like President Trump, with his face on the front and the name "TRUMP" on the back with five stars above it.

Police say the drugs are worth about $12,900, and could have sold for about $42,400. 

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