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Australia'Does customs check every bag': Idiotic Google searches of an airport security worker caught smuggling $4million of cocaine into Australia to pay for a Mercedes he bought to impress his girlfriend

07:15  03 september  2019
07:15  03 september  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A Melbourne airport worker busted with 4 kg of cocaine hidden in his suitcase is due to be sentenced on Tuesday. Sam Kul was caught with just over 4 kg of He was also trying to pay off a mortgage. Kul believed he was in for a ,000 pay day for smuggling the cocaine but lost both the house and car

Check the customs allowance on your travel route. As mentioned here, whatever you do I have no idea what caught the dog’s attention as I certainly wasn’t smuggling large sums out of in baggage nd the security personnel may bring out your bag and ask you to open the bag for a physical check .

An airport security worker asked Google for help before he was caught smuggling $4million of cocaine into Australia to pay off his debts.

'Does customs check every bag': Idiotic Google searches of an airport security worker caught smuggling $4million of cocaine into Australia to pay for a Mercedes he bought to impress his girlfriend© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The cocaine was hidden beneath a false bottom inside a Prada satchel and could have led to more than $4million in street deals. Sam Kul was struggling to pay for a high-end Mercedes when he agreed to smuggle cocaine into Australia but the Melbourne Airport security contractor needed some important information first.

'Does customs check every bag Australia', 'bringing a million dollars through airport' and 'how to browse privately on samsung' were among the questions police found in Kul's mobile phone search history at Melbourne Airport on April 14, 2017.

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They claim A baggage handler in the ring picked up cocaine filled suitcases at check -in counters and put them into This comes in the heels of a homeland security report that found many of the major U.S. airports do not have RELATED: 70lbs of cocaine found in flight attendants bag . 6 PHOTOS.

Kul also asked, 'does every bag get scanned airport' and 'can money be seen on airport scanners'.

He claimed he had been set up and thought he was bringing money into the country but a jury didn't buy it, finding him guilty of importing more than four kilograms of the drug.

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They are accused of smuggling million worth of cocaine into Australia . The Australian Federal Police and ABF undertook the drug raid in cooperation with the US Department of Homeland Security Investigations, New Zealand Customs Service and the Canada Border Services Agency.

A flight attendant was arrested in Melbourne, Australia after allegedly attempting to smuggle . 4 million of The flight attendant, 33, is a Malaysian national and was behaving “suspiciously” after grabbing his The flight attendant had opened his bag and stuffed multiple packages into his jacket.

It was hidden beneath a false bottom inside a Prada satchel and could have led to more than $4million in street deals.

The crime carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment but Kul was jailed in Victoria's County Court on Tuesday for nine years.

The 36-year-old must serve six years before being eligible for release on parole.

Prosecutors had argued Kul's job with MSS Security helped him plan the importation.

Judge Trevor Wraight disagreed.

'Does customs check every bag': Idiotic Google searches of an airport security worker caught smuggling $4million of cocaine into Australia to pay for a Mercedes he bought to impress his girlfriend© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Sam Kul was struggling to pay for a high-end Mercedes when he agreed to smuggle cocaine into Australia but the Melbourne Airport (pictured) security contractor needed some important information first

He said Kul had not organised the importation but had been a courier.

The man accepted he had made a mistake and wanted to make the most of his time behind bars by studying, the judge said.

Kul was trying to pay off a loan for an a 'overly extravagant' Mercedes-AMG bought to impress his girlfriend when he was caught with the drugs, his barrister Matthew Kowalski had earlier told the court.

Kul was also behind on his mortgage payments and believed he was in for a $20,000 pay day for bringing the drugs into Australia on the way back from a holiday in Rome.

The car was repossessed and the house sold after Kul's arrest but he still owes money on the property.

Kul has already served 443 days of pre-sentence detention.

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