RIYADH: The Customs of Taif Airport managed to thwart three attempts to smuggle (2.679) two kilograms, six hundred and ninety-nine grams of heroin and “shabu” found hidden with passengers who came to the Kingdom through the airport.
Ahmed Al-Malki, Director of Customs at Taif Airport, explained this: When conducting the usual screening and inspection of passengers on one of the upcoming flights to the Kingdom, the customs controller suspected a passenger of the flight. Where he found 15 capsules containing 259 grams of shabo and 63 grams of heroin. Al-Maliki said: “In the same way as the previous smuggling tried to smuggle (44) grams of” heroin “and (310) grams of” shbo “by hiding them all capsules were hidden in his gut. (2.30) two kilograms and thirty grams of “shabu” were hidden in a cache that was fitted in the bag of one of the arrivals. It is worth mentioning that the substance “shabu” is made of the substance “Metha amphetamine,” and is one of the most dangerous types of drugs manufactured, which are high-impact stimulants and lead to addiction.