Colombia's infamous 'pink cocaine' has been seized in Spain, revealing the potent narcotic has found its way to Europe.
Tourists who have been seeking a high in the South American country will have no doubt been offered the bright and colourful drug.
Despite its name, the powder doesn't actually contain any cocaine in it.
According to Vice, locals call it 'tusi' because it used to contain 2-CB.
However, now it's believed to be a mix of ketamine and MDMA.
The outlet claims there's very little consistency between dealers and the baggie could also contain benzos, meth and cathinones. It's really a...mixed bag, if you will.
It's been hot property in Colombia since it sprang onto the scene in the early 2010s, but now it appears to have made a splash across the Atlantic.
Authorities in Spain revealed they had arrested seven people in a recent drug sting.
Police say they seized '24 kilograms of cocaine and €120,000' hidden in a suitcase at the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport in Madrid.
They visited 'homes of the members of the organisation' and allegedly uncovered more drugs.
A press release from the National Police said: "More than 26 kilograms of [cocaine] and almost eight kilos of pink cocaine, €110,000 in cash, nine high-end vehicles and a firearm have been seized."
Authorities believe the group exported the drugs 'by air from Latin America for distribution in the provinces of Malaga and Madrid'.
"The investigation began at the beginning of the year, when it became known of the existence of a criminal organization based in the south of Spain, which would be importing large quantities of cocaine from Latin America, which they hid by introducing the narcotic in suitcases that avoided controls airports, by having the collaboration of workers from the airports of origin," the National Police said.
"At first, the investigations made it possible to identify one of the members of the organization that occupied one of the intermediate links and later it was possible to verify the existence of the criminal network."
According to ARK Behavioural Health, pink cocaine can give you a mixture of feelings once it's ingested.
Because of the combination of ketamine and MDMA, symptoms can vary, however the site says a user can experience heightened senses, hallucinations (mild to severe), euphoria, nausea, vomiting, agitation, rapid heart rate, high blood pressure, respiratory depression, and seizures.
This seizure of 8kg of pink cocaine in Madrid isn't the first time it's been detected in Europe.
Vice reports 13kg of the substance was found on the Spanish island of Ibiza back in August, indicating it could be becoming a popular substance in party hotspots.
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