Australian Border Forces Seizes Nearly $1.25 billion AUD ($890.5 Million U.S.) Worth Of Liquid Methamphetamine.

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The Australian Border Force and Australian Federal Police on Monday unveiled one of their biggest seizures of illicit drugs in recent years, displaying nearly $1.25 billion AUD ($890.5 million U.S.) worth of liquid methamphetamine.

The Australian Border Force and Australian Federal Police on Monday unveiled one of their biggest seizures of illicit drugs in recent years, displaying nearly $1.25 billion AUD ($890.5 million U.S.) worth of liquid methamphetamine.

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The liquid methamphetamine, also known as “ice,” was concealed in a variety of packaging, including glue bottles.

The liquid methamphetamine, also known as "ice," was concealed in a variety of packaging, including glue bottles.
Jason Reed / Reuters

But the surreptitious smuggling packages that are garnering the most attention are these gel bra inserts.

But the surreptitious smuggling packages that are garnering the most attention are these gel bra inserts.

Saeed Khan / AFP / Getty Images

Four Chinese nationals were arrested in the bust of bust enhancers.

Four Chinese nationals were arrested in the bust of bust enhancers.

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“This is the largest seizure of liquid methamphetamine in Australia’s history and one of the largest drug seizures in our country’s history,” said Justice Minister Michael Keenan at the Sydney press conference, reported ITV News.

"This is the largest seizure of liquid methamphetamine in Australia's history and one of the largest drug seizures in our country's history," said Justice Minister Michael Keenan at the Sydney press conference, reported ITV News.

Saeed Khan / AFP / Getty Images

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Australia: KFC customer ‘disgusted’ after biting into LUNG meal and denied a refund

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THE last thing you want – after you’ve eaten a bite of your food – is to discover it’s not what you expected.

An Australian man has told of his horror at biting into a fast food meal he expected to be chicken breast, and discovering it was actually lung.

Marc Nicholls, from Chevron Island on the Gold Coast, has gone viral today after his KFC meal was revealed not to be chicken breast.

The IT consultant has spoken of his shock after biting into the grey, brain-like flesh on Tuesday.

Marc  said it was ‘disgusting’ and was initially not offered a refund from the manager.

 

Marc Nicholls

Marc Nicholls was disgusted when he bit into the meal

Speaking to Mail Online, he said: “It was disgusting. It was absolutely vile.”

The youngster ordered a three piece box from the high street giants, which was a combination meal including two wings and a chicken breast all for $12.50.

He added: “I pulled a piece off [of the breast], then found that and spat the rest out.”

Taking his ‘vile’ meal to the counter, he asked the management what to do, to which they replied he should call KFC customer services.

Marc Nicholls

Marc Nicholls: This is a picture of the meal, suspected to be made from lung

Source: http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/food/641152/KFC-pictures-lung-maggot-disgusting-viral-Twitter?utm_source=currently&utm_medium=browser-extension&utm_campaign=chrome&

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Match Fixing Suspected At Australian Open Tennis Match

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The mixed doubles match took place days after a BuzzFeed News investigation revealed evidence suggesting rampant match fixing in the sport.

Online betting on a tennis mixed doubles match at the Australian Open was suspended Sunday by a major gambling website after suspicious activity suggested the game might have been fixed, the New York Times reported.

The potentially fixed match on Sunday came just days after a BuzzFeed News and BBC investigation showed evidence suggesting match fixing has run rampant in the sport for years with little action on the part of tennis officials.

Pinnacle Sports, one of the world’s largest online gaming sites, told the Timesunusually large amounts of money poured in for the Melbourne match, featuring little known players Andrea Hlavackova and Lukasz Kubot against Spain’s Lara Arruabarrena and David Marrero.

Hlavackova and Kubot won the match, 6-0, 6-3, with the first set lasting only 20 minutes.

The head of Pinnacle Sports, Marco Blume, told the Times that the match should have been an obscure contest with little money wagered.

Instead, he said money poured in, mostly for Hlavackova and Kubot — an indication the match was rigged and prompting Pinnacle Sports to suspend betting.

“We saw a small number of people placing a large amount of money,” Blume said.

Odds comparison site Odds Portal showed the odds for the match fluctuating before Pinnacle suspended its betting.

The website’s chief said police were informed of the matter.

On the Australian Open’s YouTube channel, highlights of the match were posted.

“Andrea Hlavackova and Lukasz Kubot defeated Lara Arruabarrena and David Marrero without too much trouble in their first match,” the video description read.

Marrero blamed the loss on his knee, the Times reported.

Source: http://www.buzzfeed.com/claudiakoerner/report-match-fixing-suspected-at-australian-open-tennis-matc?utm_source=currently&utm_medium=browser-extension&utm_campaign=chrome#.mjqPX6O7X4

 

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