A woman in India was caught trying to smuggle drugs by pretending to be pregnant. The woman, who has not been identified, was stopped by police while driving on a highway in the state of Andhra Pradesh. When police asked her to step out of the car, the woman began to run. As she ran, the artificial belly she was wearing fell off, revealing a large quantity of drugs hidden inside.
The woman was arrested and charged with drug trafficking. She is currently being held in jail pending trial.
This is not the first time that someone has tried to smuggle drugs by pretending to be pregnant. In 2016, a woman in the United States was arrested after she was found to be carrying a fake belly filled with drugs. And in 2017, a man in the United Kingdom was arrested after he was found to be wearing a fake belly filled with drugs.
These cases highlight the creativity of drug smugglers. However, they also show that law enforcement is always on the lookout for new smuggling methods. As a result, it is becoming increasingly difficult for smugglers to succeed.
The woman in this case was clearly hoping to avoid detection by pretending to be pregnant. However, her plan backfired when the artificial belly fell off. This incident is a reminder that even the most creative smuggling methods can be foiled by law enforcement.
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