Police Have Confiscated £37,000 Worth Of Donald Trump-Shaped Ecstasy Pills
German police have seized around 5,000 ecstasy pills shaped to resemble US President Donald Trump's head.
An Austrian father and son were arrested on the way to the Netherlands, as police discovered five bags filled to the brim with carrot-colored ecstasy pills made in the likeness of Trump.
The tablets were discovered in a car in Lower Saxony, a state in north-west Germany.
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The pills are reported to have a sale value of nearly £37,000 ($47,400).
A police statement said: "During the search of the vehicle, police found about 5,000 ecstasy tablets with the portrait of the American President ... the purchase value of the tablets amounts to approximately €11,000 (£10,000 or $12,900); the sale value amounts to approximately €39,000."
The drugs are on sale on the dark web under the slogan "Trump makes partying great again".
Yesterday President Trump made headlines around the world after he decided to look directly at the sun during the solar eclipse.
Here's how Twitter reacted:
Given the warnings - even Trump's daughter, Ivanka, released a public service announcement ahead of the big event - you'd think he would have made sure not to look up, even for a second.
Apparently Ivanka's dad didn't get the memo.
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