Man stopped with three large suitcases full of khat

 
Man stopped with three large suitcases full of khat
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Customs and police at Oslo airport, Gardermoen, this week stopped a man who was carrying a little extra in his luggage.

- Just after 20:00 we stopped a Dutch citizen of Somali origin on his way to Norway. It turned out that he had 54.6 kg of dried khat and 126 grams of fresh khat in his luggage, says duty officer, Stolsmo Akselsen at Gardermoen Police Station.

The man in the middle of his 30s came to Oslo Airport from Addis Ababa via Copenhagen. He was accompanied by three large suitcases that were full of drugs.

- He was arrested and put in detention. The drugs were then seized and weighed.

The man can now most likely expect a return to the Netherlands.

- He has now been fined 15,000 NOK and will most likely be sent back to the Netherlands.

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