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US News Austrian couple shocked by mistaken delivery of 25,000 Ecstasy tablets

15:06  26 september  2019
15:06  26 september  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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25 , 000 ecstasy tablets . The man and woman, from Austria , had been waiting for clothes to arrive by post but got the drugs instead. The woman thought the colourful tablets could be decorative stones, but the man quickly realised something was awry with the purple pills. The couple , who live in Linz in the

An Austrian couple was shocked to find that a package containing 25 , 000 ecstasy pills was delivered to them by mistake , likely having been They weren’t actually stimulants in the strictest sense; they were ecstasy , or MDMA. Ecstasy behaves not unlike a stimulant but also not unlike a

a plastic bag: The package of tablets, which had been thought to be decorative stones © N/A The package of tablets, which had been thought to be decorative stones

An Austrian couple who thought they were taking in a delivery of dresses ordered online were shocked to discover one box contained nearly 25,000 Ecstasy tablets.

The couple, aged 58 and 59, from Linz, were eating their breakfast when the two boxes were delivered, and had assumed it was a long-awaited order of dresses from the Netherlands.

While one box did contain the right order, the second contained thousands of brightly coloured tablets, later revealed to be Ecstasy.

A police statement said: "The originally planned cozy breakfast was quickly over and the horror was great, as it turned out that in one of the packages were probably the two dresses, in the second, however, about 24,800 Ecstasy tablets worth about €500,000 (£443,000)."

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A couple from Linz in Austria received a quite remarkable wrong delivery . Instead of the clothing they ordered from the Netherlands, they received a package containing 25 thousand ecstasy pills, worth around 500 thousand euros, the 25 , 000 ecstasy pills sent to an Austrian couple by mistake .

(CNN) - A middle-aged couple in Austria received quite a surprise one morning when a parcel that was supposed to contain dresses bought online from a retailer in the Netherlands turned out to contain nearly 25 , 000 ecstasy tablets . The unnamed Austrian woman, 58, mistook the purple pills for

Police said the wife thought they were decorative stones, but the husband quickly realised they were probably something more addictive, and they returned the package to the post office.

Astonished post office workers called the police who found the package was intended to be delivered to an address in Scotland.

Officers searched a property in Glasgow in July but no arrests were made.

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